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WASHINGTON Kevin De Bruyne Trikot , Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley said on Thursday that U.S. economy is expected to continue moderate growth and the inflation will rise to the Fed's 2 percent target.
"Our outlook anticipate a continued moderate growth trend, with some further strengthening in the labor market and an increase in inflation over the medium term toward our objective of 2 percent," Dudley said in his opening remarks at a press briefing on Thursday.
His remarks suggested that the central bank was on track to gradually tighten the monetary policy. Investors widely expected that the Fed would start to reduce its balance sheet from September and might raise interest rate one more time this year.
U.S. job markets have maintained solid growth since the recovery from the Great Recession, while the economy has grown at a modest rate of around 2 percent and the wage growth has also stuck to a moderate 2.5 percent.
Dudley said that the moderate economic and wage growth reflected in part that productivity growth has been sluggish compared to historical experiences.
U.S. nonfarm business sector labor productivity increased only 0.9 percent during the first quarter of 2017.
With the labor market continuing to tighten, wages would eventually rise higher Axel Witsel Trikot , said Dudley.
In his remarks, Dudley also stressed the importance to address wage inequality, in which technology changes and globalization played part of the role.
Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday that sexism played a role in her loss to President Donald Trump, but FBI Director James Comey and intervention by Russia were more decisive factors in her downfall.
Comey's announcement in October that he would reopen an investigation into Clinton's e-mail server and Russian-backed moves by WikiLeaks scared off potential voters, Clinton said in an interview at Women for Women International Jan Vertonghen Trikot , a global charity.
Clinton was projected as the heavy favorite but lost to Republican Trump in the election. Had she won, she would have been the nation's first woman president. Asked on Tuesday by interviewer Christiane Amanpour of CNN if sexism played a part in her loss,Clinton said: "I do think it played a role. It is real. It is very much a part of the landscape politically, socially and economically."
Clinton promised to address sexism in her new book to be published this fall. She called writing the book "a painful process" of reliving the campaign.
Saying she "absolutely" takes responsibility for her loss, Clinton placed blame on the FBI's Comey Leander Dendoncker Trikot , who sent a letter to Congress days before the election saying he was reinstating an investigation into Clinton's use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state, and on Russian intervention. WikiLeaks, an anti-secrecy group, released Democratic e-mails during the campaign that US intelligence agencies say were hacked by Russia to try to tilt the race against Clinton.
"I was on the way to winning until a combination of Jim Comey's letter of October 28 and Russian Wikileaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off," she said. "The evidence for that intervening event is Thomas Vermaelen Trikot , I think, compelling, persuasive."
If the election was held on October 27, she said, "I would be the president."
Under Trump Jordan Lukaku Trikot , she cautioned, progress in women's rights issues is in jeopardy. "I think we are not just at a stalled point. I think we are potentially going backwards."
But she declared herself geared up to stay politically active and involved with the Trump opposition, for whom "Resist" has become a popular slogan.
Students at Chunliu Elementary School in Dalian of Northeast China's Liaoning Province play "Ode To Joy" on some one hundred pianos at a school opening event on September 14, 2016. About 75 percent of the students are the children of migrant workers in the city. Photo: IC
"If I hadn't had a chance to study at the Dandelion school, I would have gone back to my hometown to finish middle school Thibaut Courtois Trikot , or just dropped out and followed in my parents' footsteps like many of my friends did," said Selina Qiong, a 23-year-old from a small village in Central China's Henan Province.
When she was 4 years old, she and her parents were among the millions of villagers who flooded into China's cities in search of a better life. Such migration has played an important role in the country's economic transformation, but it also created a thorny problem: Where should these migrant workers' children go to school?
Many factory owners established schools for these children Selbst Gestalten Trikot , but many have been shut down due to a lack of qualifications or poor facilities. As many of these children are missing out on having an education, some have said that NGOs should be allowed to step in if no other solution is presented.
The Dandelion Middle School is a pilot project in this vein. It is Beijing's first fully legal, non-profit middle school especially for the children of migrant workers. Established in 2005 in the suburban Daxing district, the school does its best to not only give them an education, but also to ensure they go on to further study.
However Belgien Weltmeisterschaft Trikot , insiders pointed out that the Dandelion model may be hard to replicate elsewhere due to not only its reliance on a rich benefactor, but the constraints of the education system.
Grow into what you want to be
A blue book recently released by the 21st Century Education Research Institute shows that about 100 million children have migrant worker parents. Although an increasing number of such children are attending public schools, more than 2 million are still studying at private or "illegal" schools as of 2014 due to the limited capacity of public schools and restrictions on admittance.