October 3, 2018 / 11:26 AM / 14 days ago

Inflation expectations haven't gone up as much as wanted: Fed's Evans

LONDON (Reuters) - Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said on Wednesday that U.S. inflation expectations in financial markets hadn’t gone up as much as he would have liked.

Speaking in London after a speech, Evans added that U.S. fiscal policy was “extremely pro-cyclical” and that the 10-year expansion phase in the country’s economy was “very mature”.

Reporting by Andy Bruce and Marc Jones

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