Boston Fed's Minehan on uncertainty

In the speech 'How should monetary policymakers cope with uncertainty?' given on 6 January, Cathy Minehan of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston said the U.S. has entered a period in which Federal Reserve policy changes are increasingly dependent on current readings of the economy.

In remarks at a panel discussion in Boston on monetary policy-making, Minehan said the Federal Open Market Committee was "still working on an answer" on how long to continue its string of rate hikes.

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