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Michael R. Strain
By Michael R. Strain - Mar 22,2023
WASHINGTON, DC — Financial-market turmoil has clouded the outlook for US monetary policy, with many economists, investors, and financial institutions expecting that the Federal Reserve will not increase its policy interest rate at its meeting this week.
By Michael R. Strain - Oct 17,2022
WASHINGTON, DC — The United Kingdom’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, is turning the page on self-destructive populism. Meanwhile, the United States continues to wallow in it.
By Michael R. Strain - May 19,2022
WASHINGTON, DC  —  Rapid consumer price inflation in the United States is masking signs of an economic slowdown that could threaten the longevity of current growth.

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