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Rosengren is a voter this year and leans more hawkishly.
economic data remains robust, his speech is likely to be hawkishly tilted.
Deydier describes her reluctance to take trains or busses because of frequent derision from fellow passengers, the discomfort of being out of breath even after walking a short distance, and the sense of having her eating habits watched hawkishly.
KUWAIT, June 25 (KUNA) -- In a generally calm week after the Fed hawkishly hiked interest rates, the future pace of monetary tightening is unknown.
Peres, who became director general of the nascent defense ministry at just 29 years old, once hawkishly rejected any compromise with Arab states.