Oct 20 (Reuters) - Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President
Charles Evans said on Tuesday he is "reasonably confident" the
U.S. economic recovery will maintain momentum into next year,
but without more fiscal stimulus the recovery could stall and
more job losses could become permanent.
"I am worried about the lack of fiscal support," Evans said
at a virtual event hosted by the Detroit Economic Club, adding
that the prospect of no new relief "really makes me nervous"
particularly because it could mean state and local governments
would need to cut more jobs.
(Reporting by Ann Saphir, Editing by Franklin Paul)