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MNI: Fed's Waller Backs 25BPS, Sees Continued Tightening Ahead

(MNI) WASHINGTON

Fed Governor not ready to substantially alter his inflation outlook.

Federal Reserve Governor Chris Waller Friday said he favors another downshift at the next meeting ending February 1 to a 25bp rate hike but anticipates continued tightening going forward.

Last week's moderation in CPI growth was "very welcome news" that indicates that broader inflationary pressure across the economy is easing, he said in a speech.

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Federal Reserve Governor Chris Waller Friday said he favors another downshift at the next meeting ending February 1 to a 25bp rate hike but anticipates continued tightening going forward.

Last week's moderation in CPI growth was "very welcome news" that indicates that broader inflationary pressure across the economy is easing, he said in a speech.

Keep reading...Show less