Rate Cuts May Not End Fed's Quantitative Tightening | Former Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart

Dennis Lockhart, Former President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, joins Forward Guidance for a special interview to discuss one of the most important topics of the past 3 years... inflation.

Lockhart outlines how the Fed decided on their 2% inflation target, the impact of higher interest rates in the Fed's current inflation fight & why the Fed has now shifted to their quantitative tightening policy stance after years of quantitative easing. To hear all this & more, you'll have to tune in!


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(00:00) Introduction

(00:23) Inflation

(05:08) The Impact Of Higher Interest Rates

(08:00) The Fed Cannot Influence Fiscal Policy

(10:58) How The Fed Reached Their 2% Target

(16:55) Could Secular Inflation Forces Change The Fed's 2% Target?

(21:11) The Shift From Quantitative Easing To Quantitative Tightening


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