Fed's Guynn sees less clear policy outlook

Atlanta Fed President Jack Guynn on Monday 16 January said the US central bank's interest rate policy outlook is becoming less clear and more tied to the economy.

"Many of you may be wondering when enough is enough," for rate hikes, Guynn said in comments to the Rotary Club of Atlanta. "The closer we get, the less explicit we can be" on the interest rate outlook, he explained. "One reason is that we don't yet know the full economic effect of the policy moves we have already made."

Guynn said that

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