Fed Officials Warn Congress Against Rethinking Bank’s Design

  • Lacker, George say private-public plan guards independence
  • Fed ‘could do more’ on diversity of bank’s leadership

Two regional Federal Reserve presidents defended the public-private structure of the U.S. central bank in prepared testimony they’re scheduled to deliver before lawmakers on Wednesday, saying it helps guard monetary policy from political interference.

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