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Fed Faces Interest Rate Dilemma in October – QE Set to Expire Soon

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Minutes released from the July 17-18 Federal Reserve policy meeting indicate the most aggressive phase of accommodative monetary policy has run its course. A tentative deadline of October was set to shut the door on a highly controversial third round of quantitative easing (QE) that tested the limits of the central bank’s balance sheet.
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Economy Rebounding as Fed Trims Bond Purchases

In its latest meeting, the Federal Reserve noted improvements in both U.S. economic strength and broad labor market while inflation remains in check. The current environment allows the Fed to reduce its monthly pace of asset purchases while maintaining low rates–good signs for the corporate titans of Wall Street and the average Joes of Main Street.
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