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Gus Faucher

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Director of Macroeconomics at Moody'sEconomy.com

Gus Faucher on KCRW

For the first time since the markets reopened after September 11, the Federal Reserve today stunned Wall Street by making an  emergency cut  in interest rates.

Economic Trouble in an Election Year

For the first time since the markets reopened after September 11, the Federal Reserve today stunned Wall Street by making an emergency cut in interest rates.

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