And yes, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has again the right to an article on Croblanc today, and at the same time it is quite logical considering the passion that our community puts every time a new video is available on the internet. That's why we're telling you about it today, because this new video might pique your interest.
When we first saw the Fed's Mester Backs Rates Above 4% Early Next Year (Video) video on the Bloomberg Markets and Finance channel, we knew our community would want to stream it as soon as possible. So we wrote this article to publish it as soon as possible.
The video is doing a very good start since it was uploaded on the Youtube channel of Bloomberg Markets and Finance and it could well end up in trend if the scores remain at these levels. However, we should not get too excited and wait a few days to see if this good start is confirmed with a buzz on the duration.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Fed's Mester Backs Rates Above 4% Early Next Year (Video) published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
"My current view is that it will be necessary to move the fed funds rate up to somewhat above 4% by early next year and hold it there," Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester says at an event organized by the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce.