Lael Brainard, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System. In conversation with Michael H. Moskow, Vice Chair and Distinguished Fellow, Global Economy.
In the last decade, US interest rates were increased once – and still hover near zero. Recent statements by senior Federal Reserve officials suggest that the case for raising rates has strengthened, yet economic indicators still paint a complex picture. In advance of the next rate-setting meeting this September, what is the economic outlook for the United States, and what are the monetary policy implications?
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