February 17 - Two Federal Reserve officials on Friday added this week to a choir of US central bankers, stating that interest rates should be higher to successfully destroy inflation, but one is protected against unexpected withdrawal. "I think there is a long way to go before we reach our 2% inflation target, and we will have to continue to increase the federal fund rate until you see much more."Nashville refers to an inflation rate, which is more than twice the precaution of the Fed's target before a Banning Association in Tennessee. "I don't think we see what we need to see, especially with inflation, these numbers jump a little.""At the end of last year, we have seen some progress in reducing inflation, but some of the data we saw earlier this year, the inflation does not monitor the continuous reduction as I want to see." He drew attention to a surprisingly powerful employment report in which more than half a million business earnings have been reported for January, and the strong consumer expenditure data can see that the actions of the Central Bank have not yet had sufficient impact, and at the same time seeing the energy costs of geopolitical risks increased. At the last meeting, the Fed increased the target federal fund rate to a quarter of a year, one year larger half a score and three quarters increased to a range of 4.5% to 4.75% after the increase.He saw a summit between 5.25, which will be updated at the Fed's next 21-22 March meeting. On Thursday, the other two Fed officials warned that the Central Bank should increase the interest rates more than this month and that the additional hikes in borrowing costs are necessary to reduce inflation to the desired levels.. Slow progress, no victory Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin, a separate view on Friday, said the FED preferred to decide a higher or lower stopping point, although the FED said he should increase the interest rates higher.Inflation becomes clearer. "Moving inflation back to Target will require a more increase," Virginia said, "Moving inflation back to Target," Virginia told journalists."How many of them I think we should see ... What you see is progress, but slow progress, you don't see victory." Since last week's business office report has fallen to the lowest level since 1969 in January, and since the more powerful economic data during this week, betting in financial markets has been united around a "higher" road for US debt costs. The futures of the Fed's policy ratio show expects the Central Bank to increase its interest rates more than 75 basis points during the summer and brings the comparison rate to 5.25-5.5%.He did not expect him to exceed 5 %. Futures traders also interrupted bets on ratio interruptions later on this year, said they did not expect the policy easier in 2023. However, Barkin warned a lot of reading recently reportedly the star business gains and solid retail sales figures. Barkin, "If you start to see the data we have received on the demand side for a few months, I do not receive too much signal."Said. For example, the works added in January are partially the result of seasonal adjustments and companies are often dismissed less than the Christmas season than the situation-Barkin, which gives a logical response to a strict labor force, the Central Bank is still slow in inflation, although it is still continuing.secures what he does. Lindsay Dunsmuir and Howard Schneider; Additional reports by Ann Saphir; Our standards: Thomson Reuters Trust Principles. Gotopnews.com