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Fed's dovish turn leaves Wall Street economists mulling taper timing: poll

Sep 18 2013

NEW YORK The Federal Reserve's surprise move on Wednesday to postpone the start of the wind down of its monetary stimulus of the U.S. economy has left Wall Street economists puzzled about the central bank's next move.

Fed's dovish turn leaves Wall Street economists mulling taper timing - Reuters poll

Sep 18 2013

NEW YORK The Federal Reserve's surprise move on Wednesday to postpone the start of the wind down of its monetary stimulus of the U.S. economy has left Wall Street economists puzzled about the central bank's next move.

Poll: Majority of U.S. primary dealers see Fed slowing bond buying in Sept

Jul 05 2013

NEW YORK The Federal Reserve is likely to begin shrinking the size of its debt purchase program, intended to prop up economic growth and support the labor market, by September of this year, according to the majority of economists at large Wall Street firms.

Most economists see Fed scaling back bond buys by year-end: Reuters poll

Jun 07 2013

NEW YORK Most economists expect the Federal Reserve to scale back the size of its bond purchases, intended to prop up the economy, by the end of the year, and a sizeable number expect reduced buying as early as September, according to a Reuters poll.

Wall St sees Fed buying $1.25 trillion of assets in stimulus: Reuters poll

May 03 2013

NEW YORK Wall Street is looking for the Federal Reserve to buy a total of $1.25 trillion of assets under its latest debt purchase program intended to stimulate the economy, according to a Reuters poll conducted on Friday.

Wall Street sees Fed buying $1.25 trillion of assets in stimulus: Reuters poll

May 03 2013

NEW YORK Wall Street is looking for the Federal Reserve to buy a total of $1.25 trillion of assets under its latest debt purchase program intended to stimulate the economy, according to a Reuters poll conducted on Friday.

Wall Street economists see Fed's Treasury buying ending in 2013: Reuters poll

Jan 04 2013

NEW YORK Most economists at Wall Street's top financial institutions expect the Federal Reserve in 2013 to end the program with which it bought Treasury debt in an effort to stimulate the economy, according to a Reuters poll on Friday.

Wall Street economists see Fed's Treasury buying ending in 2013: Reuters poll

Jan 04 2013

NEW YORK Most economists at Wall Street's top financial institutions expect the Federal Reserve in 2013 to end the program with which it bought Treasury debt in an effort to stimulate the economy, according to a Reuters poll on Friday.

Small-business borrowing rises in November

Jan 02 2013

NEW YORK Borrowing by small U.S. businesses rose marginally in November, indicating they were essentially on hold in terms of growing their enterprises in the face of economic and government fiscal uncertainty, a report on Wednesday showed.

Dock worker strike looms despite cooling-off period request

Dec 23 2012

NEW YORK Dock workers on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts moved closer to a potential strike next week even though Florida's governor asked President Barack Obama to order a cooling-off period if the nearly 15,000 longshoremen walk off the job.

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