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U.S. Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy
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Senate Committee, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
U.S. Senator - [D] North Dakota
Jefferson "Jeff" Sessions
U.S. Senator - [R] Alabama
U.S. Senator - [D] Michigan
Jeffery "Jeff" Merkley
U.S. Senator - [D] Oregon
Joe Manchin III
U.S. Senator - [D] West Virginia
Ronald "Ron" Lee Wyden
U.S. Senator - [D] Oregon
Mark R. Warner
U.S. Senator - [D] Virginia
U.S. Senator - [R] Texas
Michael "Mike" B. Enzi
U.S. Senator - [R] Wyoming
C-Span TV Channel
, Friday, January 7th, 2011 -
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke testified about the state of the economy, governmental financial policy, and federal spending priorities. Among his comments he said the U.S. economy is signs of "self-sustaining recovery" but cautioned that another four to five years may pass before unemployment levels fall to historic norms.
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