Fed's Bullard Tells CNBC: Ending Quantitative Easing Will Depend on Economy, Not Calendar

James B. Bullard, St. Louis Fed President
Source: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
James B. Bullard, St. Louis Fed President

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard is one of the more hawkish members of the central bank.

Bullard told CNBC in September that the Federal Reserve had embarked on a third round of quantitative easing too early and that he would have waited in case the global economy deteriorated more significantly.

While not a voting member of the policy committee in 2012, Bullard is a voting member this year.

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