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Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s actions in response to the coronavirus’ economic impacts

Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Daleep Singh details the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s actions in response to the coronavirus’ economic impacts. LIA president and CEO Kevin Law will open with a federal and state update. Moderated by Newsday reporter James Madore. Email your questions to nmgevents@newsday.com or use the hashtag #AskNewsday on Twitter. Read the full presentation at newsday.com/liapowerpoint0415 Credit: Newsday staff

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