Slowdown in economy has to be ‘dramatic’ as Fed raises interest rates: top economist

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Seth Carpenter, Morgan Stanley chief economist and former Federal Reserve deputy director of monetary affairs, thinks there is no way around a sharp slowing of the economy as the Federal Reserve embarks deeper into its rate hiking cycle.”If you think about what the Fed itself thinks is the long-run sustainable growth rate of the economy,…

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