I have great, great confidence in our capital markets and in our financial institutions. Our financial institutions, banks and investment banks, are strong. Our capital markets are resilient. They're efficient. They're flexible.
I don't see (subprime mortgage market troubles) imposing a serious problem. I think it's going to be largely contained.
Our overriding goal in restructuring our financial architecture should be that taxpayers never again have to save a failing financial institution.
It's a safe banking system, a sound banking system. Our regulators are on top of it. This is a very manageable situation.
I never once considered that it was appropriate to put taxpayer money on the line in resolving Lehman Brothers.
China saves too much, produces too much, sells too much to Americans and consumes too little.
As a Christian Scientist, I don't go to doctors and get diagnoses.
Economic growth and environmental protection are not at odds. They're opposite sides of the same coin if you're looking at longer-term prosperity.
I have relied on prayer for health care all of my life.
It is the policy of the federal government to use all resources at its disposal to make our financial system stronger.
Every global concern - economic, environmental or security-related - can be addressed more effectively when the U.S. and China work together.
One of the most constant aspects of American life is change - and nowhere is it more evident than in our financial markets.
One of the things I enjoy the most is fishing.
An open, competitive, and liberalized financial market can effectively allocate scarce resources in a manner that promotes stability and prosperity far better than governmental intervention.
In China, export lobbies have fought for policies that favor their interests and limit foreign competition.
I'm a straightforward person. I like to be direct with people.
I think all governments engage in intelligence gathering vis-a-vis other governments.
A Fed loan to Lehman Brothers would not have prevented a bankruptcy.
The worst is likely to be behind us
Anticompetitive practices hurt Chinese private firms nearly as much as foreign ones.
Buying a home today is a complex process, but that in no way excuses home buyers from their obligation for due diligence.
China and the U.S. are the two largest importers of oil. They are the two largest emitters of carbon.
China needs a currency that reflects underlying economic fundamentals.
I didn't get the charm gene.
I see the underlying economy as being very healthy,
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