Fed's Williams says central bank has more work to do to cool inflation

Williams said lower economic growth and higher unemployment are very likely to be side effects of the Fed's inflation-fighting mission. Economic activity will likely be close to flat this year, with only modest growth next year, and the unemployment rate, now at 3.7%, will likely rise to 4.5% by the close of 2023, he said.

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