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Fed Minutes (Apr 20 - May 1)

The minutes of the Fed’s early May policy meeting are, not surprisingly given the backdrop of data releases ahead of that meeting, somewhat hawkish. The resilience of economic growth and employment, and particularly the reacceleration in price pressures over the opening few months of the year, left officials questioning whether policy was really restrictive and even whether rates might need to rise higher.

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