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Ignore Clinton And Trump, The Fed Is A Sideshow

by www.forbes.com
After dominating investment news headlines on a regular basis over the past 15 years, the Federal Reserve has found its way into the middle of the presidential election. Donald Trump has accused the Fed of propping up a “false economy” and argued that “the rates are going to have to change.” Hillary Clinton hit back by arguing that Trump should not be commenting on the Fed’s actions while running for president.
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