The Fed's New Regime and the 2013 Outlook
January 10, 2013
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discussed recent changes to U.S. monetary policy and his outlook for the economy in 2013 at the Wisconsin Bankers Association economic forecast luncheon in Madison, Wisconsin.
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