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Mend the Fed

24 September 2014 By Edward Hadas, Martin Hutchinson

It certainly looks like monetary policy these days doesn’t have much effect on price changes. Its power over labour markets is also limited. Perhaps central banks should target savings, which have been too low in the United States. Higher interest rates would be a start.

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