September 29th, 2010 19:07:40 GMT

Rosengren: Too early to say more QE in November

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Open question if Treasuries or MBS Assets buys have more impact in disruptive markets progress in inflation unemployment needed to make more accommodation unnecessary (sounds like more easing the default position, evidence need to derail it…)

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September 29th, 2010 18:05:44 GMT

Plosser: Cool your jets

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The doves and the hawks on the FOMC continue to debate the relative merits or demerits to QE on the newswires. Philly’s Plosser is back on the wires saying the more you blow up the Fed’s balance sheet the harder … Continue reading

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September 29th, 2010 17:18:36 GMT

Rosengren: Warm up the chopper

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Let’s but Boston Fed president Rosengren firmly in the QE camp. He wants the to “vigorously and creatively” use its policy options to combat the slow recovery. Current US economic conditions constitute a serious problem, he says. The recovery is … Continue reading

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September 29th, 2010 16:33:09 GMT

Fed’s Plosser: Don’t hit panic button!

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Recovery has waned but must not overreact to economic data Expects moderate recovery over next several quarters, avoid recession If deflationary expectations were to materialize, would support asset purchases

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