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Grand Central: Fed Debates Whether to Use Interest Rates to Fight Bubbles
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The Wall Street Journal's Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Tuesday, Feb. 25 Sign up for the newsletter: http://on.wsj.com/1n92O6N . HILSENRATH'S TAKE Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo is our headliner today. He speaks at the National Association of Business Economics on financial stability and monetary policy. Most central bankers want to separate the two. Former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke has argued that the Fed's low interest rates didn't cause the last housing bubble and financial crisis, and if a new bubble emerges, interest rates shouldn't be used to pop it. The first line of defense against a financial boom is macro prudential tools -- regulations designed to address the problem with precision -- and not higher rates which would hurt the whole economy


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