WASHINGTON — One of the strongest proponents of the Federal Reserve's aggressive monetary easing to spur faster jobs growth said Thursday that monetary policymakers will adjust the pace of the program based on economic conditions - with both employment and inflation concerns playing a role.

In an interview on Bloomberg TV, Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said the labor market is doing better - thanks in part to Fed support - but said it is "too early" for the central bank to contemplate a policy response to the below-target inflation rate.

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