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U.S. Documents | 10 January 2018 Price-Level Targeting isn't Coming Soon, it's Likely not Coming at all
Judging from our inbox, the idea that the Fed might switch to some form of price level targeting, replacing its current 2% inflation target, is the big new idea for 2018.

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10 January 2018 Price-Level Targeting isn't Coming Soon, it's Likely not Coming at all

By Ian Shepherdson

Judging from our inbox, the idea that the Fed might switch to some form of price level targeting, replacing its current 2% inflation target, is the big new idea for 2018.

Posted: 9th Jan 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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