The Federal Reserve is one of the most important economic forces in the United States, and it’s still doing its job despite the Trump administration’s push to tighten up its policies.
But in a new study, researchers at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and the Council on Foreign Relations say the Fed’s policies have led to a dramatic increase in inflation that could ultimately result in a devastating impact on the U.S. economy.
They also say that the Fed should be reined in, arguing that a strong and stable dollar will be the key to keeping inflation low.
The Peterson Institute and the Center for American Progress have published a paper entitled “A Strong and Stable Dollar?
How the Fed Has Been the Key Driver of US Inflation.”
It outlines the impact of the Fed and its policies on US inflation over the last five years.
The paper, which was published on Friday in the American Economic Review, is the latest piece of evidence that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is pushing for tighter monetary policy.
The FOMC, which is the central bank’s governing body, sets the Fed rate and oversees monetary policy, while the Fed is responsible for managing the economy.
It was set to meet on March 2, but ended up meeting in late December because of the government shutdown.
The authors argue that the Trump Fed has been a key driver behind the ballooning inflation in the U