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Surname 4 and June, bringing it to the current range of 1 3/4 to 2 percent” (The Federal Reserve System 35). What is more, due to a solid labor market and the continuous augmentation of fiscal activity and inflation rate, the target range is expected to continue increasing at a gradual pace (Gros and De Groen 14). Hence, by setting the monetary policies, the committee aims at mitigating the variances of inflation and employment from its long-term goals.
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Surname 5 Works Cited Adrian, Tobias, and Nellie Liang. “Monetary Policy, Financial Conditions, and Financial Stability.” Mar. 2016, . Accessed 29 Oct. 2018. Ampudia, Miguel et al. “Monetary Policy and Household Inequality.” Jul. 2018, . Accessed 29 Oct. 2018. Fischer, Stanley. “The Federal Reserve and the Global Economy.” IMF Economic Review, vol. 63, no. 1, 2015, pp. 8-21. Gros, Daniel, and Willem Pieter De Groen. “ECB Non-Standard-Policies and Collateral Constraints. Monetary Dialogue in July 2018. CEPS Special Report, 13 July 2018.” 2018, pp. 1-17. Hetzel, Robert L., and Gary Richardson. “Banking and Monetary Policy in American Economic History from the Formation of the Federal Reserve.” The Oxford Handbooks of American Economic History, vol. 2, 2018, pp. 277. The Federal Reserve System. “Monetary Policy Report.” 2018, . Accessed 29 Oct. 2018.
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