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CNBC: Dallas Fed’s Kaplan worried that rates at zero will push investors out on risk curve

In an interview with Steve Liesman, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan discusses monetary policy amid the recession, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and what needs to happen to stabilize an economic recovery.

September 30, 2020

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