President Bullard Discusses Inflation Expectations, Economic Outlook, Data Dependence on CNBC - Part 1: Inflation Expectations

February 25, 2016

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that inflation expectations, which have been declining since July 2014, have now fallen too low for comfort.

For additional information, see his Feb. 24 presentation, "More on the Changing Imperatives for U.S. Monetary Policy Normalization."

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