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Nobel Laureate Spence ‘Not a Fan’ of low interest-rate environment

By Bloomberg
23 September 2019   |   9:29 am
Nobel laureate Michael Spence, professor of economics at NYU's Stern School of Business and senior adviser at General Atlantic, comments on Federal Reserve monetary policy during an interview with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."

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