Federal Reserve will keep buying bonds until job growth averages 200,000 or more for four months in a row, according to two former Fed economists.
By Jeff Kearns, Bloomberg|June 07, 2013 at 10:23 AM
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The Federal Reserve says it will keep buying bonds until the labor market has “improved substantially,” without defining the phrase. Officials may have adopted a threshold nevertheless, say two former Fed economists.
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