Don’t Be Complacent Says Fed

Don’t Be Complacent Says Fed

There may be good news surrounding the US economy and globally the picture is generally looking better but there is a worry at the Federal Reserve that financial markets may be lulled into a false sense of security. Panic has largely been replaced by a calmness and this, the Fed says, could result in bigger and bigger risk taking, which could lead us back to financial instability. Read the full story.

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