As usual, all economic eyes and ears will be on Fed chair Jerome Powell when he speaks at a global central bank meeting later today in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. While Powell's remarks aren't expected to be as gloomy as last year's, no one's expecting a "mission accomplished" moment either. Joining the show to discuss is Ken Rogoff, Professor of Economics and Maurits C. Boas Chair of International Economics at Harvard University.
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