Fed Minutes: Bernanke Firmly In Control Of FOMC, QE3 Coming
The FOMC minutes for the two-day November meeting
suggest that under current economic circumstances the Federal Reserve will have to engage in a third round of quantitative easing. A few members of the FOMC pushed Bernanke for further accommodative policy in the last FOMC meeting, with Charlie Evans of the Chicago
Fed actually dissenting in favor of more QE.
Revealing the internal workings of the FOMC, the minutes are a key tool for Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke
to manage market expectations. This was made very clear when a few members asked for further accommodation at the last meeting. It was also made clear that Bernanke is firmly in control, from the statement:
Короче сори фо май инглиш, в двух словах тут написано что
ФЕД намекает на то, что при такой хреновой экономической ситуации в стране мы не придумали ничо нового кроме как запустить старый добрый QE. Часть 3. I'll be back...
кому интересно почитайте целиком тут: