It would need a surprise for the Federal Reserve not to raise U.S. interest rates next month, one of the central bank’s policymakers, James Bullard, said on Wednesday.
“You would have to have a surprise at this point,” for the Fed not to increase rates, Bullard told reporters at a UBS banking conference in London.
He said the only reason to hold off would be the kind of big shocks that caused it to pull back in the past, such as widespread global market volatility or bad U.S. jobs data.
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