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Inflation is proving particularly stubborn -- but jitters over banking failures, softening economy complicate Fed rate decision

By Christopher Decker, Professor of Economics, University of Nebraska Omaha
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The latest consumer prices report shows cost of living is still rising far above the Fed’s target. But don’t expect monetary policymakers to aggressively hike rates.The Conversation

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