Commentary: Why The Fed's Open Mouth Policy WorksBy
Not too many years ago, Federal Reserve officials conducted monetary policy as if they were members of the Politburo plotting behind the thick walls of the Kremlin. The Fed's reasoning: Secrecy was essential if central bankers were to avoid political pressure from those who would like to influence Fed policy on interest rates.
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