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 the question has arisen of whether the Fed and the ECB should recognize that 2 percent inflation in a global economy awash in cheap oil, available workers and money-saving technologies might be too ambitious and should lower their targets.
The major central banks' historically low interest rates and mass bond purchases have failed to offset the pressures of lower energy prices and tepid consumer demand.
The credibility of the Fed and ECB hinges in part on their ability to achieve that level of inflation.
 as that target remains distant, central bankers must maintain the extraordinary interventions they began with the 2008 global financial meltdown.
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz and a former deputy director of the International Monetary Fund, says the dilemma stems from an overreliance on interest-rate policies to support a floundering Europe.
"When the world economy is fragile, you end up restraining demand," says Stephen Oliner, a former Fed economist who is now a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank.
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Washington (AFP) - Thirty cadets who just completed their first-year summer training at the prestigious US Military Academy at West Point were injured when an annual pillow fight tradition turned bloody, The New York Times reported. The brawl left 24 young cadets with concussions, The Academy told the paper, after reports that some stuffed their pillows with hard objects.