Surveillance: The Fed Heeds Markets 105%, Greenspan Says
Published November 7, 2016
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    Tom Keene and David Gura talk to former the Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who says that Fed forecasts are no better than those of a good economist. Prior to that, RBC Capital Markets' Jonathan Golub says fiscal policy attempts to move something that is unmovable while Carl Weinberg, High Frequency Economics' chief economist, says the Fed is tightening in December no matter who wins the election. Then, James Stavridis, dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University, says if Hillary Clinton wins, she will unlikely be different from President Obama. Finally, Dan Clifton, Strategas Research Partners' head of policy research, says Hillary Clinton has suggested she's going to try to be bipartisan early on in the administration if she wins.
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