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Fed Chair To Congress: Do These Three Things Now To Save The US Economy

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Fed Chair To Congress: Do These Three Things Now To Save The US Economy

Fed Chair To Congress: Do These Three Things Now To Save The US Economy

The US Federal Reserve is expected to remain apolitical and stay out of the business of Congress.

Even so, President Donald Trump has repeatedly jeered at Fed Chair Jerome Powell, even going so far as to call him 'an enemy of the state.'

Nevertheless, Business Powell stuck his neck out in a Congressional hearing this week, calling for more government intervention in the economy.

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