- The Federal Reserve appears to be reluctant with a subsequent interest rate hike to fear that recovery of the economy will be harmed.
According to a Fed driver, there are too few signals that attract prices in the US economy. Such inflation is usually the reason for the next interest rate increase.
James Bullard, a director at the Federal Reserve of St. Louis, said Wednesday that he is not optimistic that inflation will increase substantially this year. \u0026 Nbsp;
He also provided the risk that the Fed would react 'too aggressively' with a new interest rate increase. That would, if prompted, according to Bullard \u0026 nbsp; May have a bad effect on the economy.
There is still no view of the faster firing of the economy in Bullard's eyes. Labor productivity increases, but not all signals are green. At the same time, he told Bloomberg ' no recession on the horizon '.
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