Federal Reserve Moving in Hawkish Direction, Former Vice Chair Blinder Says

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Former Federal Reserve Vice Chair Alan Blinder, who is now professor of economics at Princeton University, discusses the central bank’s policy and the outlook for the U.S. economy. Chair Jerome Powell said the Fed was ready to raise interest rates in March and didn’t rule out moving at every meeting to tackle the highest inflation in a generation. Blinder speaks with Kathleen Hays, Shery Ahn and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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