St Louis — In 11 years as head of the St Louis Federal Reserve, James Bullard has found himself on most sides of the big debates inside the US central bank.

He has argued for aggressive efforts to lift the economy and at other times against them. He has criticised colleagues for doing too little to lift low inflation and for not acting to keep price growth in check...

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