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Economic Commentary

Is Noninflationary Growth an Oxymoron?

Just before the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) May 20 meeting, popular opinion about the near-term future of U.S. monetary policy was summarized by John 0. Wilson, chief economist at Bank America Corp.

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Suggested Citation

Altig, David, Terry J. Fitzgerald, and Peter Rupert. 1997. “Is Noninflationary Growth an Oxymoron?” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary 5/1/1997.