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New York Fed’s John Williams Says Fed Far From Achieving Job, Inflation Goals

New York Fed President John Williams said there isn’t an imminent need for the central bank to pull back on monetary policy support, even though the U.S. economy is likely to have a strong year ahead

5/4/2021 11:00:00 AM

New York Fed President John Williams said there isn’t an imminent need for the central bank to pull back on monetary policy support, even though the U.S. economy is likely to have a strong year ahead

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said Monday that while the U.S. economy is likely to have a very strong year ahead, this welcome turn of events doesn’t suggest the central bank faces any imminent need to pull back on its aggressive levels of monetary policy support.

Updated May 3, 2021 5:15 pm ETFederal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said Monday that while the U.S. economy is likely to have a very strong year ahead, there isn’t yet an imminent need for the central bank to pull back on its aggressive levels of monetary policy support.

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“The economy is now positioned to grow quickly” and “with accommodative financial conditions, strong fiscal support, and widespread vaccinations, I expect that the rate of economic growth this year will be the fastest that we’ve experienced since the early 1980s,” Mr. Williams said in a virtual appearance where he also took questions from the audience and then reporters.

But that level of growth doesn’t mean the Fed needs to shift gears."We are still far from our goals of maximum employment and price stability,” Mr. Williams said, adding “let me emphasize that the data and conditions we are seeing now are not nearly enough for the FOMC to shift its monetary policy stance.” headtopics.com

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