May 1 - Reuters Columnist James Saft says the Fed surprised us by saying for the first time it is prepared to do less or more QE - if needed.
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I'm better columnist James. Today. Rates and bond purchases exact. You're at war and really the only news today is one sad statement. That was one where they said they were there to increase or reduce the pace of purchases depending on the outlook for the labor market or inflation. They sound like I'm not had a whole lot but it is actually probably pretty significant. The worst on the that is used illicitly discussed the possibility you doing more UV we been talking about as far as the possibility cheaper when you might skew it might do it now for the first time there introducing these other possibility which. -- may have to do you even more. There once we want to censure but. He's going to probably be a difficult decision we get through this summer and it. Keeps going away and has. Not encourage interaction. Yeah -- have to be discussing that more. There and what's the button on one week. Whether or not to work that you have asked I couldn't or what I expect this summer is that. An increase -- -- you read on the agenda and the big question is whether or not are angry. All of its.
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