Monetary, Fiscal, and Financial Stability Policy Tools: Are We Equipped for the Next Recession? MARKETS STAYS CONFUSED.
The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy buffer, Rosengren said, has been depleted as the nominal equilibrium interest rate in the United States has fallen. Simple math suggests that given prevailing low rates, policymakers could quickly run out of room to lower the federal funds rate – and so the ability of conventional monetary policy to respond to a crisis is somewhat constrained. “I believe that policymakers should consider adjusting the monetary policy framework, to address the possibility that the capacity of conventional policy tools may be too quickly depleted,” Rosengren said. He noted that fiscal policy buffers are being bolstered in some European countries as their economies improve, but that the same cannot be said for the United States. Read More @ https://www.bostonfed.org/news-and-events/speeches/2018/monetary-fiscal-and-financial-stability-policy-tools.aspx?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ers&utm_content=ers032318
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