Schultze, Charles L.
November 1985
FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Nov1985, Vol. 1 Issue 11, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents an outlook for the American economy, both in the long and short run. Over the foreseeable future, its performance in terms of stability, growth, and competitiveness in world markets will be determined principally by developments on three fronts. First, the budget policy, second, the monetary policy and third, to what extent will the U.S. dollar investments would continue to be attractive to foreign money-managers. Developments in all these three areas are clearly interrelated.


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