Bloomberg: "A Top Bond Manager Says Fed Would Be Wrong to Boost Hike Pace"
Published on March 10, 2023
In a recent interview with Bloomberg News, Eddy Vataru, lead portfolio manager for the Osterweis Total Return Fund, argues that the Fed should not accelerate the pace of its tightening program, as it would signal the central bank is losing control in its fight against inflation.
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