Surprise! No Fed Taper Yet
- The Federal Reserve surprised almost everyone by holding off tapering.
- Chief Economist Jerry Webman explains what this means for the market.
Chief Economist Jerry Webman reviews the Federal Reserve’s September meeting. He explains the implications behind the Fed’s decision to not begin cutting back on its monthly $85 billion bond-buying program.
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