Fed’s Mester calls for more work on monetary policy and financial stability nexus

Loretta Mester

Greater understanding of the trade-offs and links between monetary policy and financial stability is needed, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland president Loretta Mester said on April 30.

Mester said data and models being used to study consumer credit markets are "becoming more sophisticated and informative" in her keynote speech at a conference in Philadelphia.

Nevertheless, she added, there is more work to be done, partly in studying the nexus between monetary policy and financial stability

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