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Fed’s Bostic sees possible interest rate hike as soon as the second half of next year – CNBC

Rates could rise sooner than forecast as the economy recovers more quickly than expected from Covid-19, Bostic said Monday

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Interest rates could rise sooner than forecast as the economy recovers more quickly than expected from the throes of the Covid-19 damage, Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic said Monday.
While most of his colleagues don’t see a rate hike coming through until at least 2023, Bostic said he thinks the emergency measures the Fed has taken to combat the pandemic can start to be rolled back within the next two years if not sooner.
“I do think there is some possibility that the economy could…

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