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MNI: Fed's Brainard: Supply Shocks Call for Tighter Policy

(MNI) WASHINGTON

A long series of supply shocks call for tighter monetary policy to keep inflation expectations anchored, and longer run shifts in demographics, supply chains and Earth's climate may mean inflation will be more volatile in the future, Federal Reserve governor Lael Brainard said Monday.

In a speech prepared for the Bank for International Settlements annual conference in Basel, Switzerland, Brainard reflected on lessons from high inflation as a result of Covid-19 and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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A long series of supply shocks call for tighter monetary policy to keep inflation expectations anchored, and longer run shifts in demographics, supply chains and Earth's climate may mean inflation will be more volatile in the future, Federal Reserve governor Lael Brainard said Monday.

In a speech prepared for the Bank for International Settlements annual conference in Basel, Switzerland, Brainard reflected on lessons from high inflation as a result of Covid-19 and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Keep reading...Show less