Parry on the prospects for the US economy

In a speech on 'Prospects for the National and Local Economies: A Monetary Policymaker's View' Robert Parry of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco said if it seemed appropriate, we still would have room to give a boost to the economy - even though it's possible the economy could pick up vigorously later in the year.

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Speech by Robert Parry, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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