"Having reversed (the accommodative policy) to some degree and coming up to 2-1/4 percent, while it is an increase in the rates, in a historic context it is still a fairly accommodative policy," Hoenig told a professional group in Kansas City, Missouri.
"The markets are recognizing that.
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