Romney says Fed should not enact new stimulus measures

Romney says Fed should not enact new stimulus measures

Washington : DC : USA | Aug 05, 2012 at 6:29 AM PDT
Source: The Hill
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I am sure the Fed is watching and will try to encourage the economy. But I don't think a massive new QE3 will help the economy, said Romney in an interview with CNN aired late Saturday...Romney's comments come on the heels of Friday's July jobs report which found that the economy added 163,000 jobs last... FULL ARTICLE AT The Hill
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