The Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said again Wednesday the US economy remains in a “good place” and has proved resilient so far to shocks like the British decision to leave the European Union.
“The US economy is now in a good place,” with low unemployment and inflation near the Fed’s 2% target, Chairman Powell said in a question-and-answer session with economics educators in Washington and telecast to Fed branches nationwide.
“We have had some big events, some surprises like BREXIT…and the system has been strong,” he said.
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