Plosser: Fed Should Concentrate on Price Stability

Siegel, Gary
January 2015
Bondbuyer.com;1/14/2015, p10
The article discusses the mandate of the U.S. Federal Reserve to enhance price stability in the country in 2015. Topics covered include the importance of the rule on the monetary policy of the agency as well as impact on the credibility of Federal Reserve. Also mentioned is the effect of the mandate on the U.S. economic recovery.


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