Markets see Fed holding benchmark rate close to zero even after Bernankes term ends in 2014.
By Steve Matthews and Aki Ito, Bloomberg|September 13, 2012 at 05:40 AM
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The end of Ben S. Bernanke’s term as Federal Reserve chairman in January 2014 hasn’t stopped investors from betting the central bank will hold the benchmark interest rate close to zero into the following year.
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