Fed’s Evans: Low inflation expectations call for policy to be pause

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The comments from the Chicago Fed President Evans continue to cross the wires, as he is speaking at a conference in Hong Kong.

Rates are at a decent place, this is a good time to pause.

Global growth concerns another reason to hold policy.

China slowdown adds to worries on global outlook.

Negative shock risk not unusually higher or lower.

Low inflation expectations call for policy to be paused.

Nervous that CPI pressures aren’t stronger.

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