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February 24, 2016
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that recent data-based developments—namely, further declines in inflation expectations and a reduced risk of asset price bubbles—likely give the FOMC more leeway in its normalization program. During his presentation to the Money Marketeers of New York University, he discussed whether inflation expectations have fallen too far for comfort and raised concerns about central bank credibility with respect to the inflation target. He also reiterated that the FOMC may wish to consider changes to the way it approaches the policy rate projections in the Summary of Economic Projections.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff to the President
Cletus C. Coughlin
Senior Economist and Special Assistant to the President
"Rationally, let it be said in a whisper, experience is certainly worth more than theory."