"The question is how are we going to bring about restoring price stability," Lacker, who was the sole dissenter in the central bank's Sept. 20 decision to hold interest rates steady at 5.25 percent, told Reuters in an interview.
"My colleagues' views differed from mine. I thought that we needed another policy
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