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Article Excerpt Federal Reserve officials face two constraints as they prepare for a policy meeting next week amid a dismal economic outlook. First, inflation is already elevated by many measures and could become more so if the Fed takes new steps to revive the economy. And, second, even if they were convinced they should act, officials don't have tools ideally suited to fix the economy's problems. So while the Fed is intensely exploring all the options that it has to address the disappointing recovery, the constraints mean the central bank is unlikely for now to embark on a big new program of ... Continue reading article with pop up player
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