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Inflation: Fed is ‘playing catch up to the economy,’ economist says

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SGH Macro Advisors Chief U.S. Economist Tim Duy joins Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung to discuss key takeaways from yesterday’s FOMC meeting.
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  6. Fed actually turned the green light on for inflation. 0.25% is way from enough. Inflation will continue to rock up, just look at oil after FED.
    Powell said aggregated demand is strong, the economy is strong, the job market is tight – how can these be true if real income growth is negative, retail sales in real term is sluggish, and real wages growth is also negative?

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