May 23, 2013 at 09:00 AM EDT
Bernanke: Fed Sticks To Stimulus Measures, But Changes Loom
Wall Street was in for some choppy trading sessions this week, as investors shifted their attention to the Fed and its massive stimulus measures. Earlier this week, markets took their cue from comments made by three Fed officials. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans had stated that while the central bank’s stimulus measures have made good progress, officials need “more time” before they can make any substantial monetary policy changes. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard’s and New York Fed President William Dudley’s commentary also reflected this sentiment, though Dudley indicated that the Fed could change asset purchases in either direction [for more market news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Commodity Alert: Obama And Bernanke Sing The Budget Blues 20 Must-Read Quotes About the Commodity Industry Speculating vs. Hedging With Futures Explained Bloomberg’s Most Influential People in Finance – Who’s Connected to Commodities Preparing For Economic Headwinds: Bill Gross’ Commodity Picks
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