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The pandemic broke the Fed's model; this week may show how much
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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell used his first four years as the world's top central banker to reshape U.S. monetary policy around the idea that low inflation and low unemployment could coexist. It was a move intended to spread the gains of economic growth more widely and keep a focus on jobs during the rebound from the pandemic, Yahoo! reported.
Read this article from Yahoo! News – featuring bankruptcy statistics powered by Epiq – to learn more about what the Fed is doing to control this economic turmoil.
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