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Money Markets: No Direct Impact from Increase in Long-Term Interest Rates

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Wed, 21 Aug 2013

The bond markets have experienced significant volatility since May 22, when Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress the central bank was considering tapering bond purchases within its open-ended quantitative easing program (QE). Recent payroll growth data, which was higher than an

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