OECD's Visco -Fed should not overreact to slowdown

The U.S. Federal Reserve should not cut interest rates too much in the face of its slowing economy in case this jeopardised price stability, the chief economist for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Ignazio Visco, warned on Mar 1.

"One of the key challenges facing the U.S. is to avoid overreacting to the slowing of economic growth, which might foster more volatility in activity and risk dissipating hard-won gains against inflation," he told a business audience in Munic

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