The Fed Board of Governors has decided to ease monetary
The Fed Board of Governors has decided to ease monetary conditions to counter early signs of an economic downturn. Because price inflation had been a burden in recent years, the Board is anxious to avoid any action that the public might interpret as a return to inflationary conditions. How might the Board use its various powers to accomplish the objective of monetary ease without drawing unfavorable publicity to its actions?
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