Fed’s Fischer: “The Great Recession–Moving Ahead”

WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 — A member of the Federal Reserve, Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, issued the text of the following speech: The recession that began in the United States in De.

U.S. Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer raised the issue that this may not be the case this time in a speech he gave in Stockholm, Sweden yesterday. In "The Great Recession: Moving.

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US Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer has been giving a speech Monday morning, entitled ‘The great recession – moving ahead’, at the Swedish Ministry of Finance in Stockholm. Fischer said that.

From Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer: The Great Recession–Moving Ahead.Here is a brief excerpt: In the United States, three major aggregate demand headwinds appear to have kept a more vigorous recovery from taking hold.

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Yesterday Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer gave a speech entitled The Great Recession: Moving Ahead. A key topic is the question of long-term structural changes to the economy — whether.

 · - Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, “The Great Recession: Moving Ahead,” August 11, 2014. There is one great mystery in the high falutin’ circles of the Fed, ECB, and IMF today. Why is global growth so disappointing?

“With few exceptions, growth in the advanced economies has underperformed expectations of growth as economies exited from recession,” said Fischer in his speech titled “The Great Recession: Moving Ahead.” “Year after year we have had to explain from mid-year on why the global growth rate has been lower than predicted as little as two quarters back.

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 · Fischer’s earlier-than-expected departure intensifies the urgency for Trump to decide how deeply he wants to overhaul U.S. monetary policy. Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s term expires in February.

Doug Short: Yesterday Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer gave a speech entitled The Great Recession: Moving Ahead. A key topic is the question of long-term structural changes to the economy.

Stanley Fischer took office as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on May 28, 2014, to fill an unexpired term ending January 31, 2020. He was sworn in as vice chairman of the Board of Governors on June 16, 2014.