Bullard – Emerging Markets So Far No ‘Impinging’ On U.S.

Bullard – Emerging Markets So Far No ‘Impinging’ On U.S.

In an interview with Bloomberg Television’s Michael McKee and Stephanie Ruhle, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the economy is improving and has ‘momentum for 2014,’ “I think we are look at a stronger economy. I think we have momentum for 2014.

I have not seen anything so far to dissuade me from that.” Fed President Bullard also said:

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Bullard: We’ve Got Momentum for 2014

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