Atlanta Fed President on new investing restrictions and inflation

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Raphael Bostic, Atlanta Fed president, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the Federal Reserve’s move to ban officials from owning individual stocks and bonds. Bostic speaks to how the Fed should work to retain the public’s trust, what he believes the inflation timetable looks like.

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