James Bullard, President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, speaks during an interview with Reuters in BostonBy means of Jonathan Spicer NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve will almost certainly have to come back to more "traditional" coverage-making now that the U.S. jobless rate has fallen to 6.6 percent, so as regards to the U.S. critical bank's current 6.5-percent threshold for considering an interest-fee rise, a top Fed legitimate stated on Wednesday. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, talking on a panel at the New York Stock Alternate, mentioned the Fed will have to adjust its so-referred to as ahead steerage on financial policy. He expects the Fed to drop its economic thresholds and need to "make extra qualitative judgments" on when to tighten policy. As it stands, the Fed has mentioned it expects not to raise benchmark rates except well after the unemployment price falls beneath 6.5 p.c, particularly if inflation remains beneath goal.