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Fed Minutes Show Members Resolved to Keep Fighting Inflation

Inflation remained well above the Fed’s 2 percent target

Federal Reserve officials at their most recent meeting indicated that there are signs inflation is coming down, but not enough to counter the need for more interest rate increases, meeting minutes released Wednesday showed.

While the Jan. 31-Feb. 1 meeting concluded with a smaller rate hike than most of those implemented since early 2022, officials stressed that their concern over inflation is high.

Inflation “remained well above” the Fed’s 2 percent target, the minutes stated. That came with labor markets that “remained very tight, contributing to continuing upward pressures on wages and prices.“

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