Chicago Fed Governor, inflation rate can be raised before average 2%

Chicago Fed Governor Evans said yesterday that inflation “can start raising rates before it starts to average 2%. We still have to talk.”

Governor Evans attends a virtual event at the Public Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF). “There is still room for debate about what the average means,” he said of the new framework introduced by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).

(Bloomberg)

In response to this comment from President Evans, it seems that the USD has been gradually repurchased since yesterday.

From here, I have selected to sell in the combination of GBPUSD.

Currently, the power balance at 15 minutes is

USD> GBP> JPY = EUR = CAD> CHF> NZD> AUD

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