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Indeed, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has decided today to post a new video which is called "Jason Furman: Rates Will Be High for Long". Of course, you can now find it in full playback on our site for your greatest pleasure!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Jason Furman: Rates Will Be High for Long published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
Jason Furman, economist and former Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers discusses the Federal Reserve's path. He speaks with David Westin on Bloomberg's Balance of Power.