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CNBC: Dallas Fed’s Kaplan says next three to six months will be challenging, but long-term growth is strong

Dallas Fed president Robert Kaplan says continued spikes in coronavirus cases will make the next three to six months challenging, creating a slowdown in growth. But despite this, Kaplan says the long-term growth is strong as current financial conditions are accommodative.

December 2, 2020

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