The Fed Should Be Clear and Raise Rates
Running the U.S. Federal Reserve has never been an easy job, and the degree of difficulty is only getting higher. Eight years after the crash, the economy is sending confusing signals, and the Fed’s policy makers aren’t sure what they mean. That’s awkward when the one thing investors want from this week’s interest-rate decision is clarity.
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