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Powell: Congress, Fed need to 'stay with' aid

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Powell: Congress, Fed need to 'stay with' aid

Powell: Congress, Fed need to 'stay with' aid

In his second trip to Capitol Hill this week, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told lawmakers that assistance from the Fed and Congress are needed to bolster the economic recovery.


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