US Federal Reserve boss Jerome Powell’s address to the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium last week turned out to be almost a non-event.
Unlike 2022, when markets plunged as he indicated that the Fed would take an increasingly hawkish stance with interest rate rises to stem inflation, this time he seemed to suggest a more nuanced approach.
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