Speech by Cathy Minehan, Boston Fed Bank President

SPEECH - In the speech given 11 February Minehan said that while there are good reasons to be optimistic a recovery is at hand or in progress, she cautioned that U.S. consumers, who have remained resilient throughout - will not be able to lift the US economy out of recession on their own.

Speech by Cathy E. Minehan, President & Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston at the Rhode Island Economic Summit, State House, Providence, Rhode Island, 11 February.

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