Fed's Kashkari says there may still be labor market slack

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: Central Banks

Neel Kashkari is President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Speaking at a 'town hall' meeting. More:
  • Wage data and prices suggest the US is not at full employment
  • trade disputes are posing a risk to the economy
  • corporate spreads are quite low
  • yield curve is something I have been worried about

As I said yesterday (and many times before): K is towards the dovish end of the FOMC spectrum so please read his comments with that in mind. 
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