Further monetary policy accommodation was not clearly needed when the Fed pulled its Twist, and the action taken “will do little to improve the near-term prospects for economic growth or employment, but they do pose some real risks,” Charles I. Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, said Wednesday.

Plosser said his “no” vote was partly due to higher inflation and lower unemployment seen since QE2 was launched.

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