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Open market operations in the 1990s

Open market operations--the purchase and sale of Treasury and federal agency securities--are the Federal Reserve's principal tool for implementing monetary policy. The objectives and conduct of open market operations have continued to evolve in the 1990s, partly in response to the way the Federal Open Market Committee implements monetary policy and explains it to the public. Also shaping operations have been changes in financial markets, including developments in the market for repurchase agreements and declines in the balances that depository institutions must hold at the Federal Reserve.
Federal Reserve Bulletin , Volume 83 , Issue Nov

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The balance of risks

Monetary Trends , Issue May

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Models and monetary policy: more science than art?

It has been said that, "forecasters may never be right, but they are never in doubt." Not with a good model by their side, that is.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 10-11

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Transparency in monetary policy

FRBSF Economic Letter

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The FOMC’s interest rate policy: how long is the long run?

The only outcome consistent with the Fisher equation holding and the FOMC?s zero interest rate policy is that the ?long run? is considerably longer than 4.5 years.
Economic Synopses

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Interest rate volatility and alternative monetary control procedure

Economic Review , Issue Sum , Pages 46-63

Inflation targeting in the USA

February 6, 2012. Speech. "Inflation Targeting in the USA." Delivered at the Union League Club of Chicago, Breakfast@65West, Chicago, Ill.
Speech , Paper 191

Bullard Talks about Average Inflation Targeting and Economic Growth with CNBC

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed the Federal Open Market Committee’s updated monetary policy framework and various aspects of the U.S. economy.

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Reflections of a central banker

From the early years of Sproul's presidency until the Treasury-Federal Reserve Accord of 1951, Federal Reserve policy was subordinated to the Treasury's wartime and postwar financing needs. In this 1955 speech, Sproul speaks of the resurgence of flexible monetary policy. He invites the academic economists in his audience to turn their attention to the study of central banking issues and to contribute in this way to informed monetary policy decisions. Sproul's address provides an overview of the structure, techniques, and objectives of the Federal Reserve System and gives particular attention ...
Quarterly Review , Issue Special



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