PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser Tuesday voiced his fear that in its strong push to support the economic recovery, the central bank's policies might have passed the point at which they continue to be effective.

Taking questions from the audience after a speech, Plosser argued that over the years, expectations of what monetary policy can do have built up "beyond what we are capable of delivering on."

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