As the economy tries to regain ground lost during the pandemic, and the delta variant threatens its progress, the nation’s top economists are watching a number of measures of recovery — from housing costs and ownership rates, to jobs, interest rates and inflation — closely. Judy Woodruff talks to Mary Daly, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, about what she is seeing.
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