Bernanke tells lawmakers Fed's timetable for slowing its bond purchases not on a preset course

  • Article by: MARTIN CRUTSINGER , AP Economics Writer
  • Updated: July 17, 2013 - 4:25 PM

WASHINGTON — Ben Bernanke said Wednesday that the U.S. economy is gradually improving but emphasized that the Federal Reserve is not locked into any timetable for scaling back policies aimed at jolting growth.

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turgidJul. 17, 13 8:19 AM

Waiting for the first article that calmly mentions the word "quadrillion"

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wesley173Jul. 17, 1310:36 AM

trugid, unfortunately, you won't have to wait too long I am sure. At that point, we will have gone the way of Rome.

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theagonybhoJul. 17, 1311:59 AM

Bernanke reassures investors the outlook for hiring and the economy is so weak the feds need to continue pumping 85 billion a month into the market to keep it afloat. Pathetic.

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