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Action taken by Federal Open Market Committee to increase pressure on reserve positions

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue May , Pages 393

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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

Domestic open market operations during 2004

Annual Report Domestic Open Market Operations

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The FOMC in 1991: an elusive recovery

Review , Issue Mar , Pages 41-61

Implementing the Federal Reserve's asset purchase program

Remarks at Global Interdependence Center Central Banking Series Event, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Speech , Paper 42

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Estimating the Monetary Policy Rule Perceived by Forecasters

Brent Bundick examines whether the FOMC?s implicit monetary policy rule, as perceived by professional forecasters, changed when the federal funds rate reached its effective lower bound. The article is summarized in The Macro Bulletin.
Economic Review , Issue Q IV , Pages 33-49

Economic conditions and monetary policy

Presented by Charles I. Plosser, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia> Risk Management Association, Philadelphia, PA> President Charles Plosser shares his views on growth, labor markets, and inflation expectations. He also discusses why he believes it would be appropriate for the Fed to communicate the amount of assets it intends to purchase in the current program and bring the purchases to a close.
Speech , Paper 87

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U.S. monetary policy: an introduction - Part 4: How does the Fed decide the appropriate setting for the policy instrument?

This is the last of four issues devoted to our updated and expanded Q&A on monetary policy: (1) "How is the Federal Reserve structured?" and "What are the tools of U.S. monetary policy?" (2) "What are the goals of U.S. monetary policy?" (3) "How does monetary policy affect the U.S. economy?" and (4) "How does the Fed decide the appropriate setting for the policy instrument?" The revised text will appear in a pamphlet soon.
FRBSF Economic Letter

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Federal Open Market Committee directive (June 25, 2003)

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug

Implementing monetary policy

a speech at the Redefining Investment Strategy Education Symposium, Dayton, Ohio, March 30, 2005
Speech , Paper 81



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