CHICAGO, Dec 6- With inflation as low as it is, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans told reporters Friday that he "can't imagine" raising the fed funds rate even when unemployment falls to 6.25 percent, below the threshold the Fed has set for considering a rate hike. The fed funds rate is the rate that banks lend cash to each other overnight.» Read More
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