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The new sweet spot

19 Dec 2013 By Edward Hadas

It sounds like a paradox: stocks go up when the Fed takes some money away. But investors have figured out that central bankers see economies which are strong enough to provide profit growth but too weak for serious tightening. The party could last until inflation reappears.

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