Opinion: Five questions Fed policy makers must answer in 2018

THE U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE BUILDING stands in Washington, D.C. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI
THE U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE BUILDING stands in Washington, D.C. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI
NEW YORK - The Federal Reserve anticipates continued monetary tightening in 2018, as it seeks to match 2017’s pace of interest-rate hikes with another three quarter-point moves. As always, however, that projection depends on actual economic outcomes. With that in mind, here are five questions the Fed will face in 2018 as it charts a course…

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