While lauding the Federal Reserve's continuing move toward transparency, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president Charles I. Plosser recommended the Federal Open Market Committee issue a "more comprehensive monetary policy report" regularly, even quarterly.

In an effort to "improve communication and transparency," Plosser made his proposal before the National Economists Club Thursday, according to a prepared text of his remarks released by the Fed.

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