The second head of the Federal Reserve reiterated that it is not time to reduce the code, but the top investment banks do not think so
Original title: the second head of the Federal Reserve reiterated that it is not time to reduce the code, but the top investment banks do not think so. Last week, the CPI of the United States in April hit the biggest increase since 2009, and the market’s expectation of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate increase is gradually rising. Many officials, including Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Clary, insisted that it is not time to discuss the code reduction, and now is not the time to consider policy changes, For investment banks, Barclays and Citigroup think the current pricing is too dovish, while Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley think the pressure on US Treasury bond yields is rising. Federal Reserve vice chairman said it was not time to discuss downsizing. Federal Reserve vice chairman Clarida said the weaker than expected US employment report last month showed that the economy had not yet reached the threshold for the Federal Reserve to reduce its large-scale bond purchase program. Clarida was talking on Monday about when the Federal Reserve will start to reduce its reserves