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U.S. Documents | 15 Dec. 2014 - U.S. Approaching the Monetary Policy Crossing Point
All policymaking is about trade-offs; very few government decisions confer only benefits. Someone, or more likely some group, loses. Monetary policy is no exception to the trade-off rule.

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15 Dec. 2014 - U.S. Approaching the Monetary Policy Crossing Point

By Ian Shepherdson

All policymaking is about trade-offs; very few government decisions confer only benefits. Someone, or more likely some group, loses. Monetary policy is no exception to the trade-off rule.

Posted: 15th Dec 2014 in 'U.S. Documents'

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