Fed’s Waller expresses confidence that policy is in the right place to bring down inflation


Fed Governor Christopher Waller: Inflation is still too high

Federal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller said Tuesday he’s growing more confident that policy is in a place now to bring inflation back under control.

There was nothing in Waller’s prepared remarks for a speech in Washington, D.C., that suggests he’s contemplating cutting interest rates, and he noted that inflation currently is still too high. But he pointed out a variety of areas where progress has been made, suggesting the Fed at least won’t need to hike rates further from here.

“While I am encouraged by the early signs of moderating economic activity in the fourth quarter based on the data in hand, inflation is still too high, and it is too early to say whether the slowing we are…


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