Saft says: Fed surprising no one by keeping rates on hold
Thursday, January 31, 2013 - 01:58
Reuters columnist James Saft says the Fed did as expected by saying highly accommodative policy will remain for considerable time after asset purchase program ends and economy strengthens.
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-- first columnist James. The Federal Reserve surprising no one. Carried on as -- ending you know announcing that rates on hold -- in US or two. Months. The interesting thing here is -- independence statements. On the one hand. Each and global market strains. And it pointed out that the economy. On. Whether or any other things that it. Was first off. In -- days par is my call for some action on the part and action -- The other thing to point -- -- that all things an economic a year and Marine One. Eighteen. Essentially. Sided with. Outside -- -- going. Because really global market strains in -- that hasn't Edmonds. And if anything anything to leave just leave it to -- -- that was -- -- -- and more. Back. Inch X. Other interesting thing here is that. George from Kansas City dissented again. -- -- For the first or rather her argument was that financial imbalances may not be leading wishes. Haitians are probably not going to have a beach -- -- -- -- but you see -- fit into the media there is still BC -- in -- weeks. All my expectation is that the feds can continue on like this. My worry is that as we saw in her. Ask win the actress and some are saying this transitory. Issue and on and turns out to be less and.
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