A Rate Hawk Starts Cooing
STAUNCH INFLATION HAWK Lawrence Lindsey is sounding downright dovish lately. Reason: Lindsey, the Federal Reserve's most avid supply sider, is worried that $50 billion in fiscal 1996 budget cuts sought by fellow Republicans in Congress could lop 0.7% off GDP growth--a blow to an economy struggling to regain its legs.
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