The New Dallas Fed President Has a Very Different View Than His PredecessorBy
In first policy speech, says accommodation still appropriate
Notes that near-zero rates risk causing economic imbalances
Robert Kaplan broke from his predecessor’s inflation-hawk tradition in his first policy speech as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, saying that monetary policy ought to remain easy for some time.
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