Fed’s Bad Options for Addressing Too-Low Inflation

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Unemployment and inflation are near their lowest levels in decades. Who wouldn’t love that?

Janet Yellen, for starters.

What looks like a dream economy could be a nightmare for the Federal Reserve chairwoman. Ms. Yellen’s worldview assumes that when unemployment is this low—4.4% in August—inflation should move up to the Fed’s target of 2%. Instead, it may have stabilized around 1.5%. That presents the Fed with some…


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