Surveillance: Fed In Tough Spot, Lacker Says

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Jeffrey Lacker, Former Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President, says inflation expectations have put the Fed in a tough spot. Kit Juckes, Societe General Chief FX Strategist, says markets have to stop focusing on the Fed’s taper story. Bob Doll, Crossmark Global Investments Chief Investment Officer, says the stock market rally may be getting “a little tired” but it has more than enough fuel to continue. Peter Trubowitz, London School of Economics Professor of International Relations, says we’re in a period where the U.S. national interest is being redefined.

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