I worry about the Fed’s previous and upcoming tightening, says Wells Fargo’s Bryson

I worry about the fed's previous and upcoming tightening, says wells fargo's bryson

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “I worry about the Fed’s previous and upcoming tightening, says Wells Fargo’s Bryson” – below is their description.

Jay Bryson, Wells Fargo managing director, and Katerina Simonetti, Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, join ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss their take on where the underlying economy currently sits, how much more tightening the Federal Reserve will have to do and more.

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