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Economic Commentary

M1A - M.I.A.?

For many years, monetary policy has been implemented largely through the pursuit of monetary aggregate targets. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the policy making arm of the Federal Reserve System, sets target ranges for the growth of various monetary aggregates, which are intended to be consistent with the broader objectives of policy.

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Suggested Citation

Gavin, William T., and Michael Pakko. 1987. “M1A - M.I.A.?” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 7/1/1987.

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