What is an Operational Target?

Operational Target is usually a change to the money supply and non-borrowed reserves specified by the Federal Reserve.
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Operational Target is usually a change to the money supply and non-borrowed reserves that is specified by the Federal Reserve monetary policy objective. The targets are reported to the United States Congress two times each year by the chairman of the Federal Reserve.

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