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Top Fed 'dove' calls for more stimulus

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One of the Federal Reserve system's top advocates of looser money is calling for the Fed to continue easing even if inflation rises. Charles Evans, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, said at a meeting in New York Friday that the Fed to "do more" to boost the economy and let the public know that it won't be deterred by rising inflation. The Fed should "repeatedly state clearly...

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