NABE Survey: Fed Has Done Enough

Barnett, Chip
August 2000
Bond Buyer;08/23/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30960, p2
Trade Publication
Highlights the economic policy survey of the National Association for Business Economics. Public perception of the United States Federal Reserve's policy on interest rates; Preference of survey respondents for a stay on monetary policy; Plan favored by respondents for the U.S. budget surplus.


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