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The U.S. economy could be headed "fairly quickly" toward recovery if people stay home, government gets aid to businesses and households, and public health officials create a national plan to restart the economy, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Thursday to David Wessel, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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  • Uploaded    04/09/2020
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