Most Federal Reserve officials supported providing the public with more detail about the likely path of monetary policy and interest rates but rejected the idea of tying their actions to targets for growth or the price level, the central bank said.

A few Fed officials believed the outlook for modest growth might warrant further policy accommodation, even though the central bank ultimately took no new steps, minutes of their November 1-2 meeting released on Tuesday showed.

(Reporting by Mark Felsenthal; Editing by James Dalgleish)