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Central Bankers Are Poor Archers: The Problems and Failures of Inflation Targeting and Price Stability

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Central bankers follow inflation "target" in their pursuit of "price stability." Not surprisingly, they usually miss their targets -- quite badly -- and we now are living one of those moments.

Original Article: "Central Bankers Are Poor Archers: The Problems and Failures of Inflation Targeting and Price Stability"

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