We need more clarity from the Fed on tightening, says BlackRock’s Rick Rieder

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Rick Rieder, CIO of global fixed income and head of the global allocation at BlackRock, joins the ‘Halftime Report’ to discuss what to expect from the Fed in 2022.

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