Freeman

IN BRIEF

Fed Chief Promises to Prevent Persistent Inflation

APRIL 05, 2011

“Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said he expects an increase in commodity prices to create a ‘transitory’ boost in U.S. inflation and that the central bank would act if he’s proven incorrect.” (Washington Post)

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