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U.S, CPI Dead Flat in February

U.S, CPI Dead Flat in February

5 Years ago | March 24, 2015 00:00:00


Most central banks have an inflation targeting mandate. That means they are usually charged with setting policy to maintain a level of inflation. Central banks are working to keep a lid on prices and also to maintain a price level floor. Typically that target is somehere around 2% in the medium term. In addition to an inflation target, the U.S. Federal Reserve is charged with maintaining full employment.
 

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