October 24th, 2012 19:00:20 GMT.

What’s next for the Fed?

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The next FOMC meeting is December 12. At that point, the Fed will have to make a decision in regards to Treasury buying. Operation Twist is scheduled to end and the stock of shorter-term Treasury holdings is running thin so … Continue reading

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October 24th, 2012 15:19:49 GMT.

Carney taking questions after BOC statement

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Carney repeats the ‘modest withdrawal of stimulus’ line from yesterday’s decision. Economic updates were released earlier including slight growth downgrades: Bank now projects that the economy will grow by 2.2 per cent in 2012. Going forward, we expect growth of … Continue reading

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October 24th, 2012 13:24:52 GMT.

Draghi: I’m doing this for your own good…

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Bond buying is in the interest of euro zone’s largest creditor nations, including Germany Deflation the greater risk but ECB can react to inflation via interest rates if inflation becomes a threat

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