'Rates have to go up, and it's not going to be easy.' What's next for the Federal Reserve.

'Rates have to go up, and it's not going to be easy:' What's next for the Federal Reserve

1/27/2022 12:32:00 AM

'Rates have to go up, and it's not going to be easy:' What's next for the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve hinted that interest rate hikes will come in March. As Fed Chair Jerome Powel speaks, Katy Tur talks with Roben Farzad, host of NPR's 'Full Disclosure' to talk about what this means America's economic future.

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