Fed’s Evans: Double-Dip Risk Has Risen

The risks of a double-dip U.S. recession have risen in the last six months, Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said on Tuesday. “A double dip is not the most likely outcome but I am concerned about how strong the recovery will be,” Evans said at a housing event in Indianapolis. – Reuters

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