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Recent Developments in U.S. Monetary Policy: From Extraordinary Back to Ordinary


  • Loretta J. Mester


GIC Central Banking Series: New Policies for the Post-Crisis Era, Banque de France, Paris, France, March 23, 2015 Good morning. It is a privilege to join you at this event organized by the Global Interdependence Center and the Banque de France. I am proud to say that I have had an association with the GIC for many years. I have always valued the insights I?ve gleaned from attending GIC events, and I am very grateful that David Kotok, John Silvia, and their colleagues have invited me to participate in today?s program, which is part of the GIC?s Central Banking Series.

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  • Loretta J. Mester, 2015. "Recent Developments in U.S. Monetary Policy: From Extraordinary Back to Ordinary," Speech 55, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcsp:55

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