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New York Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said that the inflation rate could ease to 2% and pave the way for a potential interest rate hike later this year.

Speaking to Axios, Williams stated that the recent high inflation numbers in January were surprising and indicated a decline in price pressures that most Fed officials were expecting.

While the inflation rate is currently above 2%, Williams believes that it is likely to remain below 3%, citing trends that show oil prices continuing to decline.

Williams emphasized the need for a cautious and precise approach to the situation, expressing hope for continued improvement in the economic outlook.

This article was sourced from MarketWatch, a subsidiary of The Wall Street Journal, but operates independently of Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal.

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