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Gross Says Reduce Risk Assets Since QE Not Boosting Growth

Financial Planning News

Tue, 4 Jun 2013

PIMCO's Bill Gross said the Federal Reserve's zero-bound interest rate policy and quantitative easing programs are becoming more of a problem for an economy that needs structural reforms.

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