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Investors gave Powell and the Fed the thumbs down, sending stock prices and bond yields lower.
Federal Open Market Committee widely expected to raise benchmark target for rates by a quarter point to 2.5 percent.
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U.S. economy faces longer-term challenges, including slow growth in wages for low-income workers in recent decades, Powell said.
The FOMC is widely expected to keep the benchmark target for rates unchanged in a 2 percent to 2.25 percent range.
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Bostic backed the decision in September to raise the target range for the federal funds rate to 2 percent to 2.25 percent.
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Romer argued the field has gone backwards for years with economists focused on esoteric models that are “pseudoscience.”
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The Fed’s sixth increase since Trump took office in January 2017 brought the benchmark rate to a range of 2% to 2.25%.
The Federal Reserve is poised to increase interest rates for a third time this year.
Deutsche Bank says Fed ‘has a reasonable shot’ at soft landing.
Two Fed Reserve bank officers said they favor interest-rate hike and criticism by Trump won’t influence U.S. central bank policy.
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Investors see a 90 percent probability of a rate hike at the Fed’s meeting next month.