Fed's Bostic: Only now figuring out best reaction to ‘complicated’ tax reform

Additional comments from Raphael Bostic, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, are now crossing the wires as he responds to questions at Mississippi Council on Economic Education.

Key quotes (via LiveSquawk)

  • Only now figuring out best reaction to ‘complicated’ tax reform, with no impacts to the overall economy just starting to be felt.
  • Anything that risks the U.S. intellectual property ‘needs to be taken seriously.’

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