President Bullard Speaks with Bloomberg about Monetary Policy, Economic Growth

August 26, 2016

Given the lack of certainty about the long-run outcome for the U.S. economy, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that monetary policy should be set based on the current economic environment, which is characterized by low productivity growth and low real rates of return on government paper. During an interview on "Bloomberg <GO>," he also discussed monetary policy tools in future downturns and what drives economic growth in the long run.

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