Four Questions for Current Monetary Policy
September 20, 2013
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed “Four Questions for Current Monetary Policy” at the New York Association for Business Economics luncheon. He said that QE is an effective way to conduct monetary stabilization policy and that relatively low inflation readings allow the FOMC to be patient in assessing the future of asset purchases.
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