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 Bruce Kasman - “Minutes from the December 13 FOMC meeting point to downside risk to our call that the funds rate target will reach 5 percent in May. Fed officials sound confident on growth, but more dovish on inflation.”
 Lawrence Gasman - “Compact fluorescent lamps had technological advantages over incandescent lamps, but the industry did a poor job of selling that technology and it didn't take off.”
 Bruce Kasman - “Greenspan's shift to a 'don't criticize what you don't understand mode' signals that the low level of long-term interest rates will, by themselves, not be a factor pushing the Fed towards more tightening.”
 Bruce Kasman - “Greenspan's shift to a 'don't criticize what you don't understand mode' signals that the low level of long-term interest rates will, by themselves, not be a factor pushing the Fed towards more tightening,”
 Lawrence Gasman - “For the last couple of years, there have been relatively few technology changes. It's just been a matter of getting older technologies down to ever lower price points.”
 Bruce Kasman - “There's very little chance of a Fed move here, but the debate on the economy is going to keep running.”
 Lawrence Gasman - “Subsidies were instituted that are now being used to pay telephone bills. That strikes me as something that Congress certainly did not have in mind when it passed the Telecommunications Act of 1996.”
 Bruce Kasman - “Chairman Greenspan's testimony next Thursday is unlikely to shift his message to signal that a pause is imminent. He will probably maintain confidence that the underpinnings of the recovery are sound and that the adjustment in the manufacturing sector will not broaden.”
 Bruce Kasman - “Chairman Greenspan's testimony next Thursday is unlikely to shift his message to signal that a pause is imminent, ... He will probably maintain confidence that the underpinnings of the recovery are sound and that the adjustment in the manufacturing sector will not broaden.”
 Bruce Kasman - “What we're seeing in the report is clear signs that manufacturing has turned. And I think it's turned pretty sharply.”
 Bruce Kasman - “As destructive as past storms have been, they didn't leave an imprint on the U.S. business cycle,”
 Rebecca Asman - “We are still very saddened by the fact that Hal was never able to be free. To minimize stress, we handle wild animals as little as possible so they can be released back into the wild.”
 Rebecca Asman - “We've always had animals around. We have always loved animals, and wanted to help them.”