Statements to the Congress

Stern, Gary H.
May 1993
Federal Reserve Bulletin;May93, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p440
Discusses economic conditions in the Ninth Federal Reserve District and presents views on monetary policy. Gary H. Stern's speech before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, 1993; Personal income growth; Agriculture's impact; Mining and energy; Excess capacity in paper industry; Forestry; Manufacturing; Employment; Banking industry; Telecommunications; More.


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