No Help For The Economy From Washington United StatesBy
If the Federal Reserve has truly shifted monetary policy into neutral, then the U.S. economy finds itself in an unfamiliar position. For the first time since 1989, the net thrust from Washington's two main policy levers is now contractionary: The central bank is neither stimulative nor restrictive, and the shrinking federal deficit means that fiscal policy is a drag.
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