Bullard Speaks with Bloomberg about Tapering Asset Purchases, QE Effectiveness, Inflation
September 20, 2013
Regarding FOMC decisions on changing the pace of asset purchases, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said he prefers to keep more emphasis on the idea that such decisions are data dependent. In Bullard's view, the FOMC can afford to be patient given that inflation is low. He discussed these topics during an interview on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance."
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