Summary of The Economic Outlook and the Conduct of Monetary Policy

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Is the Federal Reserve making the right moves with monetary policy and interest rates? Some critics have suggested using rules-based approaches that would give the Fed less discretion in conducting monetary policy. Fed chair Janet L. Yellen weighs in on such aspects in a speech delivered at Stanford University, providing insight into the central bank’s decision-making process. getAbstract recommends this informative, accessible text to investors, policy makers and executives who want more clarity about the Fed’s interest rate-setting mechanisms.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What Federal Reserve chair Janet L. Yellen sees as the current state of the US economy,
  • What she forecasts for the economy and
  • What a rules-based approach to monetary policy entails.
 

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Janet L. Yellen is the chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

 

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The US labor market has improved considerably since the Great Recession. The unemployment rate is close to its “longer-run normal level.” Even the more comprehensive measure of “labor underutilization” – which counts those who labor part time because they can’t find full-time employment, as well as ...

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