Fed wants to tell more, it's just not sure how

According to this article by John Berry of Bloomberg, published Thursday 14 September, the big hurdle for Federal Reserve officials is how they will shed more light on the central bank's inner workings.

Fed chairman Ben Bernanke wants the committee to adopt a formal inflation goal and publish more frequent economic forecasts that would show the expected path for inflation, the article says.

"Either step would be a major departure for the FOMC, which has 19 participants, 12 of whom vote on policy

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