By Cordell Eddings and Betty Liu, Bloomberg |
April 27, 2012
Pacific Investment Management Co.’s Mohamed El-Erian said lower than-forecast U.S. growth suggests additional monetary stimulus remains on option for the Federal Reserve even though there is no immediate need for action.
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