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August 12, 2016
President James Bullard explained the St. Louis Fed’s new narrative regarding the U.S. economic and monetary policy outlook during an interview with Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel on Wharton Business Radio. Bullard also shared his views on inflation measures, low productivity growth and the global economy.
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For more details on the St. Louis Fed’s new approach to near-term projections for the economy and for monetary policy, see Bullard’s statement on June 17, his speech on June 30 and his presentation on July 12.
This content originally aired on Channel 111 on SiriusXM, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School.
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