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Federal Reserve Gov. Lael Brainard, painting a dark picture of the U.S. economic outlook amid a resurgence of virus infections, said the central bank should pivot its forward guidance and asset purchases toward providing longer-run accommodation.

"A thick fog of uncertainty still surrounds us, and downside risks predominate,” Brainard said in remarks Tuesday during a virtual event hosted by the National Association for Business Economics.

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