The Fed's muddled minutes

Drawing the correct conclusions from the Federal Reserve's minutes is tricky, according to this article. The minutes are meant to portray the nuanced discussions that led to the FOMC's policymaking statement. In that sense, the minutes can be said to muddle the Fed's message, not make it clearer, it argues.

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