With monetary policy at a “quite stimulative” level, policy makers must remain wary of inflation, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond president Jeffrey Lacker said Friday.

Noting that “many analysts expect the U.S. economy to regain positive momentum sometime in 2009,” Lacker, in prepared text of remarks made before the Tech Council of Maryland, said that expectation is “reasonable.”

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