The Baltimore Sun: Amid recession worries, Maryland officials look forward to end of federal sequester

By Lillian Reed November 5, 2019 A recession might be looming, economists say, but Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates Director Andrew Schaufele believes the state’s close ties to the federal government and the end of the federal sequester budget cuts in 2021 could buoy the state’s economy. During a...
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Reuters: Fed’s Barkin: It’s a good time to pause interest rates

By Lindsay Dunsmuir November 5, 2019 The U.S. Federal Reserve should hold interest rates steady for the time being after last week’s cut in borrowing costs and assess how the economy evolves, Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said on Tuesday. “I think where we’ve gone now is that we’ve...
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