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Cramer thinks the Federal Reserve is behind the sell-off: 'I really miss Janet Yellen'

Michelle Fox

CNBC's Jim Cramer wants a Federal Reserve that can say it may be raising rates a little too fast, too much. "I don't like what's happening at the Fed because the Fed has decided, like [Fed Chair] Ben Bernanke in 2005, 'we've got to put a stop to this," he says. CNBC's Jim Cramer wants the Federal Reserve to reconsider its decision to steadily increase interest rates despite concrete signs of inflation because of the turbulence it's causing financial markets.