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Morgan Stanley CEO predicts Fed rate hike as early as 2022

Gorman discusses Goldman Sachs market cap reversal, MUFG tie-up and more

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman speaks to Nikkei in 2018. The latest interview was conducted remotely. (Photo by Emily Hey)

TOKYO -- With the U.S. economy starting to bounce back from a coronavirus-induced chill, Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman is bullish about a recovery both on Wall Street and Main Street.

In a wide-ranging remote interview with Nikkei, Gorman identified ultralow interest rates and record government stimulus as key driving forces behind the U.S. economy, and predicted that inflationary pressures could push the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in 2022.

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