Some Fed members saw policy as too easy in June

US - In late June, some members of the Federal Reserve's interest-rate panel thought monetary policy was too easy for the central bank's long-term inflation-fighting and growth goals FOMC minutes show.

According to minutes released Thursday of the June 25-26 meeting of the central bank's Federal Open Market Committee, "A number of members noted that the current policy stance was too accommodative to be consistent over time with the Committee's objectives of price stability and maximum sustainable

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