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Google Business NewsJul 21, 2018
Trump Lines Up Powell as Fall Guy If Tax, Trade Policies Go Bust - Bloomberg

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President Donald Trump looks to be lining up Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell to be the fall guy if the president's trade and tax policies don't succeed. In a series of comments over the past two days that shook financial markets, Trump attacked


MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 21, 2018
Treasury's Mnuchin says Trump backs Fed independence
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says President Donald Trump, despite comments this week expressing opposition to monetary-policy tightening by the Federal Reserve, supports the U.S. central bank's independence. "I fully support the Fed's independence, as does the president," Mnuchin reportedly said on the sidelines of a G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bankers in Buenos Aires. Trump broke with long-standing precedent this week by saying he was "not happy" with recent interest-rate increases. He later said he "couldn't care less" about concerns that his comments could imperil the Fed's independence from politics because his views on interest rates have not changed since his days as a businessman. He harshly criticized former Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen for, he said at the time, maintaining low target lending rates for the political benefit of then-President Barack Obama.

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Reuters Company NewsJul 20, 2018
GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. dollar drops, yields rise after Trump comments on Fed policy and tariffs
* U.S. dollar posts worst day in 3 weeks, retreats from year high

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 20, 2018
Trump worried Fed will hike twice more this year: CNBC
President Donald Trump's criticism of Federal Reserve interest-rate policy stems, in part, from his concern the central bank will follow through on its projections for two additional quarter-point moves this year, CNBC reported, citing an unidentified White House official. On the other hand, the official said White House aides are less concerned and have told the president that two more rate hikes won't cool down the economy to such a degree that it will be a political problem for the president or the economy going into the midterm election, the report said.

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