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