Jerome Powell: ‘All Meetings Are Live’ And You’ll ‘Get Used To It’

Jerome Powell: ‘All Meetings Are Live’ And You’ll ‘Get Used To It’

Jerome Powell, speaking at a Dallas Fed event on Wednesday evening, stuck to the script. Of course he's the one writing that script, so I suppose that's to be expected. “Certainly all meetings are live now, there’s no question about it,” he warned said, adding that "over time, folks will get used to the idea that we can and will move at any meeting,” I'm not sure that's accurate, Jay. If October taught us anything, it's that markets aren't particularly enamored with the idea that they
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2 thoughts on “Jerome Powell: ‘All Meetings Are Live’ And You’ll ‘Get Used To It’

  1. There’s nothing in the Feds mandate mentions the “market”. Unless of course, the rising price of shares could be considered as inflation.

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