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Money Markets: Fed Tapers Quantitative Easing, But Shifts Rate Expectations

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Tue, 11 Feb 2014

Key Takeaways The Federal Reserve reset rate expectations when it announced it will begin tapering its QE program in January 2014. Adjustments to the Fed’s fixed-rate reverse repo facility supported rates through year-end. Tight money market supply conditions continued to suppress short-term rates.

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