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One Man’s Opinion: QE Unwind Starts Oct. 1. Rate Hike In Dec. Low Inflation, No Problem.

By Wolf Richter The two-day meeting of the FOMC ended on Wednesday with a momentous announcement that has been telegraphed for months: the QE unwind begins October 1. It marks the end of an era. The unwind will proceed at the pace … Continue reading

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Will The US Q2 GDP Number Trigger Another Round Of Quantitative Easing?

Friday’s GDP growth number may not be the best, but it’s still much better than the European nations, particularly when compared to the horrible UK number that we saw this week, says Peter Dixon, global equities economist at Commerzbank AG … Continue reading

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