Dallas Fed President: Wary Businesses Won't Expand in Uncertain Political Climate





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Published on Jun 27, 2012

Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, says the U.S. reserve banks have money to lend and companies have cash to invest and hire, as the economy rebounds. Speaking to The Texas Economy in San Antonio on May 30, 2012, Fisher added that continued growth is under threat because political wrangling over taxation and regulations creates uncertainty and worry about future costs for U.S. businesses. He says the Texas pro-business attitude that encourages investment and growth should be emulated by the rest of the U.S. Read more news and analysis at www.TheTexasEconomy.org.

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