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Two areas of present concern: the economic outlook and the pathology of Too-Big-to-Fail (with reference to Errol Flynn, Johnny Mercer, Gary Stern, and Voltaire)

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  • Richard W. Fisher

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Remarks before the Senior Delegates' Roundtable of the Fixed Income Forum, Carlsbad, California, July 23, 2009. ; "A lot of former negatives are being eliminated. We are seeing changes from negative impulses to slightly positive ones. This accentuates the positive in the aggregate. We probably have the beginnings of a faint recovery."

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2009. "Two areas of present concern: the economic outlook and the pathology of Too-Big-to-Fail (with reference to Errol Flynn, Johnny Mercer, Gary Stern, and Voltaire)," Speeches and Essays 8, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:8
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