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MNI INTERVIEW (RPT): Tantrum Risk As Fed Resets-Ex-Researcher

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Markets and Fed may disagree more as one-sided inflation fight eases.

(Repeats article first published on August 4)

The Federal Reserve will face a greater risk of sparking market volatility as it continues to tighten policy to fight inflation even as the economy slows, former Fed visiting scholar and MIT professor Ricardo Caballero told MNI.

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(Repeats article first published on August 4)

The Federal Reserve will face a greater risk of sparking market volatility as it continues to tighten policy to fight inflation even as the economy slows, former Fed visiting scholar and MIT professor Ricardo Caballero told MNI.

Keep reading...Show less