Speech by William Poole of the St. Louis Fed Bank

SPEECH - Speech by William Poole, President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis at the Session on: "How Transparent Should a Central Bank Be?" The Philadelphia Fed Policy Forum, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 30 November.

In the speech on central bank transparency he suggests possible improvements such as inflation targeting, something the Fed along with Japan, does not currently have. He also suggests shortening and simplifying FOMC statements saying the

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