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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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The current state of the U.S. and Mexican economies: where do we go from here?
Richard W. Fisher
"As I sit at the FOMC table, I continue to fret more about inflation than I do about growth. While I am well aware of the risks to economic growth, the history of inverted yield curves, and the ever present possibility of exogenous shocks in a politically hazardous world, the 'balance of risk,' in my book, is still tilted to the inflation side of the equation." ; Remarks at a Policy Forum hosted by the El Paso Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and Monterrey Branch of the Banco de Mexico, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico, September 25, 2006

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Richard W. Fisher, "The current state of the U.S. and Mexican economies: where do we go from here?", Speech, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue Sep 25, 2006.
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Keywords: Economic conditions - Mexico ; Economic conditions - United States ; Economic conditions - Texas ; Housing ; Inflation (Finance)
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