Two 2017 Fed Voters Differ on Rate Hike After Latest DecisionBy and
Dallas Fed chief would have been ‘comfortable’ with increase
Minneapolis Fed’s Kashkari backed FOMC decision to hold steady
Two Federal Reserve officials who will vote on monetary policy next year offered different views on whether to raise interest rates now, highlighting both sides of a debate that drew a rare three hawkish dissents from policy makers last week.
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