St Louis Fed paper on US monetary policy and global output gaps


More convincing evidence is needed before US policymakers begin to consider global economic factors such as commodity prices in setting monetary policy, says a paper published in the St Louis Federal Reserve's Quarterly Review on Tuesday.

Brett Fawley and Luciana Juvenal, the paper's authors, examine whether US monetary policy should take into consideration global economic conditions and commodity markets. The authors note that there are growing concerns that a bubble is forming in commodities

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