A new Fed nominee could be key to setting rates — but his views make him a wildcard

If congressional Republicans critical of low interest rates think President Donald Trump’s appointment of Marvin Goodfriend to the Federal Reserve board gets them a reliably hawkish, strongly anti-inflation governor, they may be disappointed. Goodfriend, an economist at Carnegie Mellon University...

A new Fed nominee could be key to setting rates — but his views make him a wildcard

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