Five Questions on U.S. Monetary Policy

November 6, 2015

During the St. Louis Regional Chamber Financial Forum, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that any decision on whether to increase the policy rate from near-zero levels will be data-dependent. He also discussed five key questions for the FOMC; they relate to global uncertainty, U.S. financial conditions, labor markets, inflation and the dollar.

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