Rushed Fed minutes could use a good rewrite man

The Federal Reserve's decision to publish the minutes of its FOMC meetings with a three-week instead of a six-week lag seems to have sacrificed clarity for speed, according to this article. The thought processes reflected in the minutes come across as disjointed, with often contradictory arguments, it says.

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