Fed's Dudley: No comments on economy, monetary policy

NY Federal Reserve branch president William Dudley made no comments on economy, monetary policy, during his speech today. 

In his last interview for the WSJ last Friday, Dudley said: "The economy looks like it’s growing at around a 2%, 2½% rate, you know, sufficient to generate payroll employment gains, you know, in the vicinity of where we’ve seen them, you know, certainly north of 150,000 (per month).  What’s happening as a consequence of that is that the labor market is, I think, gradually tightening."

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