JACKSON, Mississippi (Reuters) - A top Federal Reserve policymaker said on Friday that more bad news indicating the economic recovery is failing to accelerate would likely prompt a third round of quantitative easing.
"I would call myself a little bit more on the fence" on the issue of whether further bond buying is needed to prop up a weak recovery, said Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart in response to questions after a speech.
"I'm wanting to see a little more data come in, get a bit more clarity," he said. "What will it take? It will take basically some more bad news."