Fed Dove Backs QE Cut View

Investor's Business Daily
May 2013
Investors Business Daily;5/17/2013, pA01
5 The central bank could start to trim its bond buying, or quantitative easing, program as soon as this summer and cease purchases by year's end, if the job market continues to improve, San Francisco Fed Pres. John Williams said, reiterating a view from early April, before subsequent economic and job data turned worse. But he said Thu. it's clear the labor market has improved since Sept.


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