The Fed missed inflation. Can Jay Powell tame it without causing a recession?

In the first year of the pandemic, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell earned a reputation as a monetary dove, deploying innovative policies aimed at preventing financial and economic collapse.

Today, he is turning into a hawk ready to be just as improvised to tame inflation, which is currently at a 40-year high of 7.5%.


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