Stocks were soft all day but dropped further after the Fed taper. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.43% closed down 189 points to 15,738. In its statement, the Fed did not mention the turmoil that has hit global financial markets in the past few weeks. Read the full statement here.
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As the Fed Readies to Taper, Is the World Ready for Higher U.S. Rates? A move to reduce bond purchases would cause a sea change in global liquidity, drive up volatility and increase recession risks.
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· Related: Soft Economic Data Could Provide a Hard Lesson for the Market. But the last time the Fed faced a cliffhanger decision, it blinked. Bernanke delivered a surprise "no taper" decision at the September 2013 policy meeting, postponing the taper until December, just three months before Yellen began her term. As a result,
The US Federal Reserve has scaled back its support for the economy is a. This has the effect of driving down US interest rates, including the cost of. Further tapering will depend on how the economy responds.. In fact, volatility on emerging markets in 2013 has been blamed on the threat of tapering.