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September 08, 2017

The Fed shouldn’t wait until inflation hits 2 percent to start hiking interest rates, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said. Inflation has been running well below the Fed’s goals even as the unemployment rate has fallen and sits at 4.4 percent. Traders believe the Fed won’t hike rates until well into 2018, which Mester said would be a mistake

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For the most part, clients are put in the precarious position of being forced to “trust” that their brokerage companies are treating funds. As traders ourselves, we understand your concerns.

One of the more consistently hawkish officials at the central bank, Mester pushed her case for a gradual but consistent pattern of rate hikes during a speech in Pittsburgh.
While the Fed has presided over a period of continuous declines in the unemployment rate, which currently stands at 4.4 percent, getting “good” inflation coursing through the economy has been elusive. As a result, some officials as well as market participants have pushed for the Fed to hold off on rate hikes until price and wage pressures start to rise.