The Federal Reserve is in no rush to end its ultra-accommodative monetary support. That’s the conclusion from the latest minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee’s Meeting in March, which means we didn’t learn anything new. Asset purchases of $120 billion per month and interest rate kept close to zero will stay for some time.
Over the past several months, many economists and market participants have been worried about a surge in inflation, but the Fed doesn’t seem to be. According to the minutes, several market participants see the factors that contributed to low inflation during the… Read More:
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