The cat is out of the bag: last Thursday, president Donald Trump announced that he will nominate Fed-board member Jay Powell as Chair of the world’s most important central bank. After Trump kept the press and financial markets in suspense for weeks, just as if it were an episode of his hit series The Apprentice, he finally announced that he will nominate Jay Powell to replace current Fed Chair Janet Yellen as of February next year. What can we expect from Jay Powell in the coming years while the Fed attempts to normalize its monetary policy?

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