Fed urged to block Trump re-election, Future of finance jobs
Tuesday 10 September 2019 Vol.10 Ed.37.1
Commentary: Fed urged to block Trump re-election
By Darrell Delamaide in Washington
There is no question that a former top Federal Reserve official stole the monetary policy show recently as William Dudley, longtime New York Fed chief, urged the Fed to block the re-election of President Donald Trump. He said in a late August op-ed that the Fed should stop playing Trump’s game of cutting interest rates as the president ratchets up tariffs. But Dudley’s willingness to risk letting the economy tank just to force Trump’s hand also had the effect of undermining current Fed officials who are resisting further rate cuts for economic reasons.
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