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Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, who hands the central bank's reins to Vice Chair Janet Yellen on Friday, also adjourned his last policy-setting meeting without making any changes to the U.S. central bank's other main policy plank: its longer-term plan to keep interest rates low for some time to come.
Consensus that the Fed would extend its $10bn taper from December with a further $10 billion taper today reducing the monthly flow to a 'mere' $65 billion per month
*FED TAPERS BOND BUYING TO $65 BLN MONTHLY PACE FROM $75 BLN link
Well thanks a lot Ben.... Rob the place blind, then throw some road flares into pools of gasoline on your way out the door...
Is it any wonder Bernanke ran cash injections right up to his leaving? I don't think it's a coincidence.
If this was a game I'd call it pass the grenade…
Another bilderberg jew? No way! What are the chances of that happening?edit on 30-1-2014 by shanegm because: (no reason given)