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Minneapolis Fed president: Fed 'should be providing more stimulus'

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The Federal Reserve is widely expected to start slowing down its stimulus efforts this month, but not all central bank officials are convinced the economy is strong enough without further quantitative easing. Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota said in a speech that forecasts of continued high unemployment and low inflation imply that the Fed is “failing to provide sufficient...

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