Stephanie Flanders: 'Fed is clearly confused about rate rises'

Selby, Tom
October 2015
Fundweb;10/15/2015, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the claim of asset manager JP Morgan Asset Management chief market strategist Stephanie Flanders that the U.S. Federal Reserve is confused about when to raise interest rates as concerns about potential global impacts continue to worry policymakers. Particular focus is given to the explanation by Flanders that emerging markets are diverging as momentum in developed countries is reflected by structural problems in China and the surrounding regions.


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