Fed Chair Jerome Powell On Economic Outlook Net Lease TV

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Video added by Net Lease TV | Date Uploaded: October 20, 2023 | Date Created: October 19, 2023

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In this video feed Chris Marabella comments on Fed Chair Jerome Powell's Testimony on Thursday, October 19, 2023 at 9:00 AM Pacific. Chris comments on Jerome Powell's testimony in which he indicates that the Federal Reserve may still need to raise the Federal Funds rate to continue the Feds mandate of a 2.00% inflation rate. Chris Marabella comments on how this will affect Single and Multi Tenant Net Lease Financing at this time. To subscribe to Net Lease TV click on the following link; https://www.marabellafinance.com/net-... To Contact Chris Marabella call him on his cell phone at (760) 803-6464 or email him at nnn@marabellafinance.com


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