Kocherlakota, one of 19 U.S. monetary policymakers and a known hawk, suggested the Fed should keep rates low until the jobless rate drops to 5.5 percent.
Though that would likely take four or more years, given the nation’s current 8.1 percent jobless rate, he said the U.S. central bank should keep its vow as long as inflation expectations stay under control.
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