Transcripts of the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve from 2002–2008.

I thank Vice Chairman Geithner for clarifying his views. I couldn’t agree more that there is a vast range of uncertainty out there about which we can’t help markets and they can’t help us. We would all like to know more about the future. That is why it is imperative, to me at least, that we focus on resolving the uncertainty we can resolve. Foremost on that list would be our coming to terms with decisions that we eventually will have to make about our intentions. Just leave it at that.

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