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‘The Federal Reserve is doing a bad job’: Economist Steve Hanke

By France24
07 October 2022   |   7:50 am
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says he won't cause a deep recession but that "pain" is necessary to fight inflation. To curb the largest price increases in four decades, the US Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates this year.

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