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Here's how high the Fed may raise its key interest rate

CNBC's Steve Liesman joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss just how high the Central Bank may raise the federal funds rate to tame inflation. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: 

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C Chau : Powell said yesterday (CNBC)....“Our goal, of course, is to get inflation back down to 2% without having the economy go into recession, or, to put it this way, with the labor market remaining fairly strong,” he said. “That’s what we’re trying to achieve. I think the one thing we really cannot do is to fail to restore price stability, though. Nothing in the economy works, the economy doesn’t work for anybody without price stability.”
Selma : Most analysts project a 3-4% at best inflation rate. 5% would make sense in the new world order/raising demand/decreasing commodities.
Wesley Martinez : Dude Powell clearly said that they know they’re behind therefore in June the feds are planning a 75 basis points not 50, rate wise could be 0.5 to 1, we’re in for a bumpy ride next month.
PeterD : As high as needed, but no one knows what that number is just yet. How about Congress stepping up with fiscal policy reforms instead of always defaulting to the Fed due to their inaction and stagnation? Then maybe rates won't have to rise so high or fast.
Eric Anderson : This is all bs, the fed funds rate needs to exceed the CPI in order to lower inflation.

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APD identify person of interest in deadly MARTA shooting

One person died in the shooting, police said.
OG Grinder : Kids so quick to pull a gun and kill someone cus they don’t know how to be civilized! Tragic
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phil pugliese : Funny how it is always "Gun Violence" but it is never "Black Violence".
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