Panelists Project Long Delay For Tapering

The Federal Reserve isn’t likely to begin tapering its quantitative easing program until at least mid-2014—and possibly much later, according to panelists on Monday’s opening session, entitled Weaning Off Federal Funds and the Subsequent Impact On Our Market.

  • 07 Oct 2013

The Federal Reserve isn’t likely to begin tapering its quantitative easing program until at least mid-2014—and possibly much later, according to panelists on Monday’s opening session, entitled Weaning Off Federal Funds and the Subsequent Impact On Our Market.

“I’m not entirely sure at this point if mid-2014 is realistic. ...

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