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Running Hot



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Janet Yellen, in a speech on Friday mentioned that the Fed could choose to allow the U.S. economy to “run hot” to allow for an increase in the labor participation rate.  In typical Fed fashion, the goalposts are being moved once again, and the implication for the yield curve is important.

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