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March job growth sluggish

Apr 6, 2012
Employers hired many fewer workers in March than in previous months, but the unemployment rate fell for the first time since January.
Posted In: Jobs, quantitative easing, Unemployment
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Markets react to Fed news, ADP jobs report

Apr 4, 2012
The payroll processing company ADP said the U.S. private sector added 209,000 jobs last month, a sign that job growth has yet to be affected by high gas prices. The seeming recovery has also led the Fed to announce it will ease off with quantitative easing.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, employment, quantitative easing
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Why investors should thank the Fed

Mar 27, 2012
Since quantitative easing took place in 2010, stock prices in the U.S. went up something like 28 percent, adding $3.5 trillion.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, quantitative easing
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Federal Reserve could begin plans to raise interest rates

Dec 13, 2011
Federal Reserve officials are expected to announce that they will keep interest rates near zero, a level that has remained steady since the financial crisis
Posted In: Federal Reserve, quantitative easing
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House Budget Committee's plan for the Federal Reserve

Jan 6, 2011
This final note today, by way of setting up some news from tomorrow. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's going to be making his first appearances before...
Posted In: Federal Reserve, Paul Ryan, quantitative easing
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Fed expects burst of economic relief as risks to long term recovery loom

Jan 4, 2011
Federal Reserve officials are expecting some economic relief this year from the recent tax cut deal between President Barack Obama and Republicans...
Posted In: Federal Reserve, Housing, Obama, quantitative easing, tax cuts, Unemployment
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VIDEO: Quantitative Easing Explained

Nov 16, 2010
What does that mean? What does that mean? What does that mean? QE2 explained. Sort of! Created by: Omid Malekan
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Quantitative easing isn't hitting yet

Nov 15, 2010
This final note today, what you might call an addendum to the numbers. For all the talk about quantitative easing there's been -- yes, here and...
Posted In: bonds, Federal Reserve, quantitative easing
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Ireland, quantitative easing and mortgage interest deductions

Nov 12, 2010
The Federal Reserve plans to invest $600 billion buying U.S. and corporate debt -- learn why Republicans worry that the Fed may be a wee-bit too...
Posted In: Dave Camp, deficit-cutting, Federal Reserve, G20, Ireland, mid-day update, mortgage interest deduction, National Museum of American Jewish History, New York, quantitative easing
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Central Bank to buy bonds, Chrysler predicts profit and "congestion pricing"

Nov 8, 2010
Learn why the G-20 nations and other world leaders object to the Federal Reserve's decision to buy $600 billion worth of treasury bonds. We examine...
Posted In: Airbus A380, Chrysler, congestion pricing, Federal Reserve, G20, Indonesia, mid-day update, quantitative easing

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