Fed front-loads policy to counteract lagging economic impact, says fmr. Dallas Fed president

Fed front-loads policy to counteract lagging economic impact, says fmr. Dallas fed president

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Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher joins the ‘Halftime Report’ to discuss the steps the Fed is taking to control inflation and how long it will take to achieve the Fed’s goal of 2% inflation, given the lagging economic impact of raising rates.

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