Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell talks to Princeton University economist Alan Blinder on Friday. The event is presented by the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton.
Powell recently stated that he saw a likely need for additional economic assistance, primarily from Congress, after the Fed cut interest rates and implemented nearly a dozen lending programs and liquidity. He also talked about how the effects of the coronavirus have hurt those less able to carry the burden and said the Fed would provide further assistance if needed.
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