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THE US Federal Reserve is tonight expected [...]

PUB. DATE
October 2014
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/29/2014, p70
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
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Article
ABSTRACT
THE US Federal Reserve is tonight expected to call time on its enormous money printing programme known as quantitative easing. The central bank, led by chairman Janet Yellen, pictured, has been scaling back, or 'tapering', the amount of emergency funding it pumps into the American economy each month since the turn of the year. Having reduced it from $85bn to $15bn, in $10bn stages, it is expected to announce that no more Fed money will be used to buy bonds through the unprecedented stimulus package.
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