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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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To ease or not to ease? What next for the Fed? (with reference to Bill Frenzel, Alan Greenspan, Masaaki Shirakawa, Sherman Maisel and Raghuram Rajan)
Richard W. Fisher
Remarks before Economic Club of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 7, 2010 ; "There is a great deal of legitimate debate still to take place within the FOMC on the subject of quantitative easing and the pros and cons and costs and benefits of further monetary accommodation. Whatever we might do, if anything, must be consistent with long-term price stability and not add to the nightmare of confusing signals already being sent to job creators."

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Richard W. Fisher, "To ease or not to ease? What next for the Fed? (with reference to Bill Frenzel, Alan Greenspan, Masaaki Shirakawa, Sherman Maisel and Raghuram Rajan)", Speech, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue Oct 7, 2010.
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Keywords: Economic conditions - United States ; Federal Reserve System ; Monetary policy - United States
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