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Explainer: Five questions on Trump's feud with the Fed

Reuters Thursday, 11 April 2019
President Donald Trump's announced plan to name economic commentator Stephen Moore and businessman Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve board has come with assertions by the president the central bank is undermining economic growth and with demands from him for lower interest rates.

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