The economy is still weak and recovery showed only a brief flash of adequacy, so the United States must keep monetary policy accommodative until labor markets improve, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston president and chief executive officer Eric  Rosengren said Wednesday.

But he sees stronger growth in the third quarter, with second-half gross domestic product between 3.0% and 3.5%.

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