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Federal Reserve: Why We Are Watching Liquidity Over Forward Guidance

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Thu, 3 Apr 2014

Key Points The Federal Reserve officially shifted from using quantitative targets in setting policy to a qualitative assessment—known as “forward guidance.” Economic growth and the Fed’s forecast for the timing of its first rate hike are likely to be the indicators to watch for signals of policy sh

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