Fed's Bies on the economic outlook

In the speech 'The economic outlook' given on 2 November Susan Bies of the Federal Reserve said steady but slow economic growth in the US should lead to more slack in the job market and allow a decline in worrisome inflation though that outcome is not assured.

"In my judgment, inflation appears poised to decelerate in coming months as energy prices stabilize and resource pressures ease. But the risks to that outlook seem tilted to the upside," Bies told an audience at Drake University.


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