The Fed's Loretta Mester says to expect 'some really bad economic numbers' before things get better

The coronavirus crisis is going to push unemployment past 10%, but it may not be as bad as some forecasts, Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said in a CNBC interview Tuesday.
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