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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in a report on Thursday that the Fed should not start raising its interest rates before inflation in the U.S. will not begin to pick up toward the Fed's 2% target.
"The main near-term policy question is the appropriate timing and pace of monetary policy normalization. The Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) decision should remain data-dependent, with the first increase in the federal funds rate waiting until continued strength in the labour market is accompanied by firm signs of inflation rising steadily toward the Federal Reserve's 2 percent medium-term inflation objective," the IMF said.
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