President Bullard Speaks with Fox Business - Part 1: U.S. Economy, Inflation
June 26, 2014
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that a good outcome for a central bank would be to hit its inflation target on average over a period of 3-5 years, and to never let inflation get too far from the target.
- Part 1: U.S. Economy, Inflation
- Part 2: Bubbles, Regulation
- Part 3: FOMC's Macroeconomic Goals
- Part 4: Economic Outlook, State-contingent Policy
- Part 5: Longer-run Growth in the U.S.
Related News Articles:
- Bullard Predicts Fed Rate Increase in First Quarter of 2015, by Steve Matthews and Jeff Kearns, Bloomberg.
- Fed's Bullard Not Worried by GDP Drop, by Josh Zumbrun, The Wall Street Journal.
- Bullard to FBN: Fed Could Hike Rates in 1Q 2015, by Dunstan Prial, FOX Business.
- Bullard: Markets think Fed is more dovish than it is, by Greg Robb, MarketWatch.
- Fed's Bullard: See 1st Rate Hike At End Of First Quarter 2015, Market News International.
- Fed's Bullard says jobs growth is 'ahead of schedule,' by Ann Saphir, Reuters.
- Fed's Bullard: much closer to normal economy than most realize, by Ann Saphir, Reuters.
- Fed's Bullard sees 2.4 percent inflation by end of 2015, by Ann Saphir, Reuters.
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