Bullard: Fed could taper as soon as October

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The U.S. Federal Reserve could still scale. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on Friday. "October is a live meeting," he told a television channel. The Fed surprised markets this week when.

The Federal Reserve should consider extending its bond-buying program beyond October due. this situation. we could go on pause on the taper at this juncture and wait until we see how the data.

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and other officials have indicated they could start tapering the bond purchases as soon as September and end them in mid-2014 if the economy and job market.

James Bullard, head of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, chimed in saying it could be as early as October, while other forecasts say December.. Bullard: Fed could taper as soon as October.

 · Fed’s Bullard: Markets could have another ‘tantrum’. The subsequent market reaction became known as the "taper tantrum," with emerging market.

Bullard said that the central bank’s decision to hold steady in September was "close" and that the central bank could taper in October. His comments were greeted with mostly groans. "I think the.

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said Monday that a lowering of the central bank’s short-term target rate may be warranted soon.. Bullard: Fed could taper as soon as.

 · Bullard offers a solution: “A small taper might recognize labor market improvement while still providing the Committee the opportunity to carefully monitor inflation during the first half of.

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At the same time, the ECB managed to avoid a repeat of the taper tantrum – a surge in bond yields – that accompanied the US Federal Reserve’s first mention of tapering of its own program in 2013..

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