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New York Federal Reserve President John Williams said the Fed could possibly re-evaluate rate hikes for 2019
- New York Fed President John Williams says the central bank is open to rethinking rate hikes next year, depending on how the economy looks in 2019.
- “What we’re going to be doing going into next year is reassessing our views on the economy, listening to not only markets but everybody that we talk to,” Williams tells CNBC.
- He also says things could “change between now and next year,” depending on economic data.
- Earlier this week, the Federal Reserve hiked its target range for benchmark interest rates to 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent. Central bank officials also forecast two hikes next year, down from three rate raises previously projected.
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