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Outlook for 2013 Federal Reserve Policy

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Fri, 28 Dec 2012

Key points Slow economic growth, high unemployment and the prospect of tighter fiscal policy next year will most likely mean the Fed will likely keep its unconventional monetary policies of low interest rates and bond buying intact in 2013 and beyond. The FOMC recently moved to tie its policy to ex

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