Fed Inclined to Lift Rates If New President Adds Budget BumpBy
Monetary policy won’t need to be as expansionary in that case
Shift in policy mix could prove troublesome for markets
The Federal Reserve is inclined to raise interest rates higher than otherwise if the next president pursues a more stimulative fiscal policy.
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