Pantheon Macroeconomics - The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it would keep short-term interest rates near zero until at least the middle of the year. The central bank's policy committee also signaled caution about low inflation and nodded to overseas uncertainty by including new language that it would monitor international developments. Here's how economists reacted

News | WALL STREET JOURNAL - Economists React to the January Fed Statement: 'The Door is Still Open to a June Hike'
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it would keep short-term interest rates near zero until at least the middle of the year. The central bank's policy committee also signaled caution about low inflation and nodded to overseas uncertainty by including new language that it would monitor international developments. Here's how economists reacted

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WALL STREET JOURNAL - Economists React to the January Fed Statement: 'The Door is Still Open to a June Hike'

The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it would keep short-term interest rates near zero until at least the middle of the year. The central bank’s policy committee also signaled caution about low inflation and nodded to overseas uncertainty by including new language that it would monitor international developments. Here’s how economists reacted:. ... Read more here..

 

Posted: 29th Jan 2015

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