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Mountain tapir

18 September 2013 By Martin Hutchinson, Richard Beales

Despite an improving economy, the U.S. central bank stuck with buying $85 bln of bonds each month. With government borrowing needs and mortgage volumes down, Ben Bernanke is effectively increasing monetary stimulus. No wonder markets were taken pleasantly aback.

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