CNBC reports that while members of the US Federal Open Market Committee were fairly optimistic about their economy in general, slightly concerned about low inflation, but they worried that financial markets were posing a danger. Saying, ‘in light of elevated asset valuations and low financial volatility, several participants expressed concerns about potential build-up of financial imbalances. They worried that a sharp reversal in asset prices could have damaging effects on the economy’.
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