Minneapolis Fed chief undecided how to vote at June 14 meeting – media

May 22 (Reuters) – Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank Governor Neil Kashkari said on Monday whether he will vote to raise interest rates or hold off the regulator’s meeting in June remains a matter of debate.

Speaking to CNBC, Kashkari also added that service sector inflation remains fairly resilient and that the regulator may have to push past the 6% mark to bring it back to its 2% target.

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