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|Monday, June 18, 2012|
U.S. Federal Reserve officials may adapt a new strategy to encourage growth by focusing on risks.
Policy makers will bring new forecasts to their June 19-20 meeting and probably will mark down their April central-tendency estimate for growth of 2.4 percent to 2.9 percent this year. Lurking in the background is the risk of increasing financial stress in Europe and stubbornly high U.S. unemployment that has remained above 8 percent for 40 consecutive months.
All this could prompt them to move away from their outlook for moderate growth and tilt toward a "risk-management" strategy pioneered by former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, which puts more emphasis on tracking and containing high-cost threats. Both Janet Yellen, the Fed's vice chairman, and William C. Dudley, head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, used the phrase in the past month.
Read more at Bloomberg.
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BY KIM MOORE
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BY GARY FISH
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BY LINDA BAKER
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