The pressure is on for Powell and the Federal Reserve to manage the exit from ultra-easy policies


Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies during a U.S. House Oversight and Reform Select Subcommittee hearing on coronavirus crisis, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 22, 2021.

Graeme Jennings | Pool | Reuters

For the Federal Reserve, implementing the easiest monetary policy in the institution’s history was tough enough. Getting out will be no treat, either.

That is what the central bank faces on its road ahead.

Investors on Friday will hear more on what Fed Chairman Jerome Powell thinks about the economy. They’re also expecting to get at least a few more clues on how he will guide the central bank’s exit from the measures it took to rescue the nation’s economy from the Covid-19…


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