WASHINGTON — The so-called doves on the Federal Open Market Committee will not be pushing for another round of monetary stimulus for the U.S. economy, despite signs last week that the economic recovery may be stalling, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas president Richard Fisher said Tuesday.

“You are not going to see further expansionary” policy, Fisher said during an appearance on the cable network CNBC.

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