Speech by M Moskow, President, Chicago Fed, 23 May

SPEECH - Moskow gave a speech Thursday titled 'Benefits of Open Markets and Expanded Trade', in it he said "because the downturn was moderate, we expect that the early stages of this recovery will also be moderate by historical standards."

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Speech by Michael H. Moskow President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago at the American Iron and Steel Institute, The Fairmont Hotel, Gold Room, Chicago, Illinois, 23 May.


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