May 22 - Reuters columnist James Saft says the Fed will keep talking about the tapering that will happen soon, but won't actually get around to it.
▲ Hide Transcript
▶ View Transcript
I'm -- columnist -- sat. When it comes to that are bad. Ben Bernanke. And the possibility. Of -- -- -- monetary policy. It seems to always be something that's gonna happen to more rather than today. Take a look at ten minutes from the last meeting -- -- Bernanke's testimony only -- anything earthshaking. Consensus was that Bernanke. Portable water on the idea that the Fed would ease up on online in the near term while still trying to keep the impression that it was gonna happen. Maybe even by the end of the year. My best guess is that this is getting heat we're seeing into the future that we are always going to be talking about. The tape that's gonna happen next month -- several months down the line. And we never really going to get around. Yeah he is not really going in the right direction Bernanke and others admit. That employment is still looking a bit repeat and you hit any thing. Inflation is going the wrong way. The truth. -- Yeah you get tapering by the Fed any time in the next few months it's likely to be in celebration it's gonna eat in -- it will be if we get an instance in which financial markets are looking. As if they're on Iraq. What's most interesting thing that's happening right now he's that the bond market is selling law really intensely in Japan and reactions their own -- And Loren signal I wouldn't be roster that is watching it and it's the kind of thing we should all be keeping our eyes on this.
Press CTRL+C (Windows), CMD+C (Mac), or long-press the URL below on your mobile device to copy the code