The global economy is in pretty good shape.
You don't fix the problem until you define it.
We have the deepest and most liquid capital markets in the world.
Well, I make a practice of not commenting on the role of the relative exchange value of our currency.
We have to keep our eye on inflation, but so far inflation remains reasonably in check on the global stage.
Well, I think the global economy is in the position for continuing good growth with inflation well in check.
We must start with the reality that corporations cannot guarantee anyone a lifetime job any more than corporations have a guarantee of immortality.
Everybody you talk to about insurance says the insurance market has become a lot more vibrant as a result of lifting, allowing the foreign direct investment.
I think we'll build a consensus for action on Social Security reform which will reduce that long-term unfunded obligation and put the system on a sustainable basis.
We have the most flexible and adaptive economy. Making sure we sustain the ability of the American economy to perform well is really the priority of economic policy.