Moody's: DC Gridlock "May Persist Indefinitely"Mark Melin
After the election of President Donald Trump, the US Federal Reserve has kept an eye on a potential fiscal stimulus package from the Trump administration with a wary eye. A significant injection of fiscal stimulus that soaked up supply of raw commodities and created excess demand in the labor pool could be a recipe for inflation. However, the scene has now changed, Moody’s Chief Economist John Lonski observes. The lack of cooperation between the White House and Congress may derail a fiscal stimulus package – and in turn, this . . .
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