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The FOMC minutes from April mostly are old news, in the wake of the latest payroll and CPI reports, released after the meeting, but they do serve to emphasize how strongly most Fed members are committed to the idea that policy can remain loose until the evidence clearly points to sustained upward pressure on inflation.
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