Bernanke: Fed Still Watching Oil Prices

Newman, Emily
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/22/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31995`, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the monitoring of oil pricing as an economic factor by the Federal Reserve Board in the U.S. Impact of escalating oil prices on the economy; Assessment of the inflation expectations.


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