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Eric Rosengren and Experience of Unemployment Rates in the Low Fours

Binyamin Appelbaum had an interesting interview in the NYT with Boston Fed bank president Eric Rosengren. In the interview argued that it was important to keep the unemployment rate from falling too low. In a response to Appelbaum saying "low unemployment sounds like a good thing," Rosengren said: "During periods when the unemployment rate has gotten to the low 4s, we haven’t stayed there for a real long time.
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