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Does Trump have a point about the Fed’s rate path?

By Bloomberg
13 October 2018   |   7:00 am
President Donald Trump’s 24-hour bashing of the Federal Reserve is unlikely, for now, to shake the central bank’s standing among its two key constituencies that matter more: financial markets and Congress.

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