Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Wall Street Journal | Fed Set to End QE3, but Not the QE Concept
The Federal Open Market Committee is meeting today to plot the future path of monetary policy.
Market Watch | How QE worked in the first place — and how it can be used again
American investors seem tired of quantitative easing. No one less than Carl Icahn said it’s making the market sick.

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Market Watch | With the Federal Reserve, timing isn’t everything
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Wall Street Journal | Grand Central: Fed Critics Have Been Wrong About QE’s Most Ill Effects
In an open letter to former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke in 2010, a group of prominent academics and hedge fund managers urged the central bank to stop its bond purchases known as quantitative easing, warning it risked “currency debasement and inflation.”