Fed’s Poole sees rate cut as unlikely

NEW YORK – “There would have to be a high hurdle for me to want to be cutting rates,” with inflation at its current level, “if the economy is only marginally and tentatively on the weak side,” William Poole, president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, told Bloomberg News after a speech in New…

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