President Bullard Discusses Inflation Expectations, Economic Outlook, Data Dependence on CNBC - Part 4: Low Interest Rates

February 25, 2016

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that he would like to be able to normalize monetary policy and get back to the 1984-2007 equilibrium, which included long expansions, good growth in the U.S. and two recessions that were relatively mild.

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