Atlanta Fed's Guynn sees more US rate rises

Jack Guynn, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, said the US economy will be able to withstand further rate hikes as it is on a "solid" growth track.

Guynn said the Fed has not yet reached a so-called neutral level, where growth can continue without inflation running hotter.

"Given my current outlook for the economy, my personal view is that we've not yet reached a neutral policy stance," Guynn said.

"While I see no sign of an imminent and substantial pickup in inflation, we will

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