ST. LOUIS — Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis president James Bullard continued to strongly oppose tying changes in the federal funds rate partially to the level of unemployment, as proposed by Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago president Charles Evans.

Such a policy shows “very poor judgment” and could be a “disaster in the making for the economy,” Bullard told reporters Tuesday following a speech to the CFA Society of St. Louis.

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