The Fed: St. Louis Fed President James Bullard addresses inflation, interest rates and recession risk in MarketWatch interview

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St. Louis Fed President James Bullard sat down for an exclusive interview with MarketWatch on Monday, Nov. 28, and discussed his outlook for interest rates and inflation.

Bullard made headlines in the interview when he said he thought the financial markets were underestimating the chances of still-higher target lending rates. He said the U.S.’s inflation fight would stretch through next year and into 2024.

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