FOMC Minutes Show Fed Hawks Getting More Restive

posted by Michael Lewis on August 20, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Monetary Policy

Tags: FOMC Yellen Greenspan Fed

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FMI argued that, while the Fed intended to tighten policy gradually, the economy was already at or near the mark on both sides of the Fed’s dual mandate and that it would need ‘normal’ policy a lot sooner.


FMI's commentary about the economic sweet spot and about the disturbing parallels between Yellen’s intended course and the disastrous, bubbly Greenspan policy.

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