Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart does not know how he will vote on the monetary policy meeting in June
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart said in an interview with CNBC on Thursday that he did not know how he would vote on the monetary policy meeting in June, adding that it would depend on the incoming economic data.
He noted that he expected the U.S. economy to expand stronger in the rest of the year than in the first quarter.
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