The Federal Reserve should focus not on market swings but on making the US economy stronger, supporting the job market, and meeting its inflation target, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari tells us.
The impact of the new tax cuts on the economy remains highly uncertain, Kashkari said.
Market concerns about the economy overheating have no grounding in the data, he adds.
"I'm not too focused on the stock market's gyrations."
Ignore Wall Street's wild swings. The best thing the...
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