The Fed is not in the driving seat any more

The recent gathering of central bankers at the Jackson Hole symposium of August 2019 was the occasion for prominent members of the Fed to confess a sense of powerlessness when confronted with the consequences of the White House’s disruptive economic policy. Several stylized facts suggest that the Fed is not in the driving seat of U.S. monetary policy any more.

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