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Is the Fed Eyeing an Earlier End to QE?

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Thu, 18 Apr 2013

Until September of last year, the Federal Reserve structured each of its bond buying programs in the same way: it announced a fixed amount of purchases and a specific target end date. So, for example, in November 2010 it stated that it would purchase $600 billion of longer-term Treasury securities

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