Fed's Williams Says October Rate Decision Was a Close Call

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  • Williams says economy is at his estimate of full employment
  • Voting member of FOMC says inflation will move toward goal

The U.S. economy has reached at least one measure of full employment and the decision to keep interest rates near zero in October was a close one, said John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

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