Do you know why the Fed raises rates to fight inflation? Have you ever wondered what the term “hawkish” or “dovish” mean when in reference to Federal Reserve policy? In this episode, Melissa Fradenburg will explain the reasoning behind increasing rates to control inflation as well as define some of the common terminology you are likely hearing about in relation to the current inflationary environment.
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