Mixed signals on economy keep investors off balance

Davies, Stephen A.
April 1995
American Banker;4/6/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 66, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on investors' uncertainty over the economy. Impact on the financial market; Implications of the drop in interest rates and the runup in stocks; Decline in the average fixed-rate mortgage; Role of the Federal Reserve Board in creating a `soft landing' for the economy.


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