Richmond Fed president: Uncertainty, the unknown are biggest economic risks

The biggest threats to the economy could be uncertainty and the unexpected, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond told Maryland bankers Friday. Businesses just want to know the rules and that would be the best thing for the economy amid fears of an economic slowdown or a recession, Thomas I. Barkin said at ...

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