Gus Faucher

Director of Macroeconomics, Moody'sEconomy.com

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Director of Macroeconomics at Moody'sEconomy.com

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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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