The Federal Reserve’s accommodative policy may prove problematic without steps to remove accommodation, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president Charles Plosser said Tuesday.

“The aggressiveness of our accommodative policy may soon backfire on us if we don’t begin to gradually reverse course,” Plosser said according to a text prepared for a speech to the Philadelphia chapter of the Risk Management Association.

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