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We propose you today to find the last video of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television which is simply called Fed Pause Will Be Met With Sighs of Relief: JPM's Manley. If you liked it, don't hesitate to like the content to support the author of the video!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Fed Pause Will Be Met With Sighs of Relief: JPM's Manley published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
"The Fed is going to have an awfully hard time transmitting monetary policy through a banking system that is broken," Jack Manley, JPMorgan Asset Management global market strategist, says during an interview with Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg The Open."
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