Nov 24 (Reuters) - St. Louis Federal Reserve President James
Bullard on Tuesday said recent developments regarding the
success of several coronavirus vaccine candidates suggests an
end to the health and economic crisis may be coming into view.
"It seems to me there's light at the end of the tunnel,"
Bullard said to reporters following a presentation to an event
hosted by the Bank of Finland. "In terms of being able to see
the end of the crisis, that's very much a realistic view at this
Bullard also said that while some recent economic data has
not been as strong as it had been earlier in the fall,
nonetheless "so far I think we're holding up."
He said he expects the U.S. economy to post above-trend
growth in both the fourth quarter and into the first part of
(Reporting by Dan Burns; Editing by Andrea Ricci)