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granted news is once again good news on wallstreet government figures released Friday showed U. S. economic growth slashed by more than half in the October to December period compared to the three months before that , it's bad backs down that will put it more in line with other central banks that are stimulating their economies , excluding the bank of Japan which cut rate below zero on Friday will defend ignore the global economic slowdown or change , a Reuter spread watcher Jonathan Spicer sat down with a beneficial to get a clue I sat down with rob Kaplan today are new Dallas fed president and he stressed counter the receipt you mentioned China Japan even Europe and he said that I need to take some time out to assess what that means for the U. S. economy I needed it , let them leave the federal be patient as it were that out so it seems the project that they may not get as many rate hike in later this year as I might have hoped judging from the market reaction investors already convinced that is the case stocks renting higher for the second week in a row taking some of the sting out of the worst January since two thousand nine