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U.S. Monetary Policy Walking A Tightrope

U.S. Monetary Policy Walking A Tightrope

3 Years ago | July 30, 2017 00:00:00

John M. Bland, MBA


Fed Signals QE Taper and No Rate Hike What was expected to be an uneventful Fed meeting Wednesday had a serious impact on forex markets. Curiously, the policy announcement was about as expected with no changes in interest rates Fed Funds (1.00% to 1.25% range). As signaled at the prior Fed meeting in July, the central bank indicated that it would start to wind down its QE portfolio very soon. This wind-down could start as early as after the September 13 meeting. One mild surprise to the markets was another expression of concerns about the low levels of U.S. inflation. If this is born

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