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He does not envision much change after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke steps down and Janet Yellen takes over.
"She's clearly in the dove category," he said. "So I don't expect much difference ... from where we are right now."
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Even though some critics say that signature Republican achievements, such as spending caps and sequestration, took a hit in the budget deal, Ryan stands by it. When Democrats wanted to abolish caps altogether, Republicans made them agree to 70 percent.
"It's divided government. You don't get everything you want," he said. It is important to move in the right direction, he added, "even if it's incrementally."
Ryan has not made up his mind on a 2016 presidential run, he told CNBC. For now, he added, he has goals to achieve.
"My 2014 wish list is to get to more debt reduction, get comprehensive tax reform to lower tax rates to grow the economy and get the Federal Reserve to return back to the days of sound money," he said.
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