Dean Baker: Weak Job Numbers Will Delay Fed Rate Hikes

The weak employment report for May should eliminate any possibility that the Federal Reserve Board will raise interest rates at its June meeting next week. At least for this purpose, the bad news is good news. But we should still be asking why the Fed has its finger on the trigger in the first place.

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