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FOMC Laying the Groundwork for an Exit Strategy? Investment Implications.

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Fri, 28 Dec 2012

Yesterday’s FOMC meeting was a surprisingly eventful one that injected some volatility into financial markets.  As expected, the Fed left its target rate of 0 – ¼ percent unchanged and implemented more quantitative easing (QE).  It announced additional monthly purchases of agency mortgage-backed se

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