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Weak Jobs Data Won’t Slow Taper Timeline

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Tue, 17 Sep 2013

It was going take a lot of bad news to convince the Fed to rethink cutting back on its bond purchases. The much-awaited August employment report was released today. And while it was not a stellar report by any stretch, there should be enough job growth and strides in unemployment to warrant Fed tap

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