Fed's Moskow says inflation contained

Chicago Federal Reserve President Michael Moskow on Monday 1 May said in an interview that core inflation is currently contained, but is at the high end of his "comfort zone," and at the top of his list of worries about the economy.

"We worry about everything, but my own personal concern is that inflation is at the high end of my comfort zone. I'm talking about core inflation now; subtract oil, and subtract volatile food prices as well," Moskow said in an interview with CNBC financial news tel

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