The Fed will probably put off tapering its bond-buying "for a little bit" but has to start scaling back next year, Wells Fargo Securities Chief Economist John Silvia tells CNBC.» Read More
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Jeff Knight, Columbia Management, and Allen Sinai, Decision Economics, discuss Ben Bernanke's future and the likelihood of the Federal Reserve to actually begin tapering its process.
Politico's Ben White, explains why he believes the Fed chairman will likely leave his post within the next few months.
John Silvia, Wells Fargo Securities, and Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend Income Fund, discuss whether investors should reconsider allocating their portfolios as the Fed wraps up its two-day policy meeting.
Catherine Mann, Brandeis International Business School, and Julia Coronado, BNP Paribas, share their perspective on what will likely be revealed from today's FOMC minutes, and the future of the Fed's bond-buying program.
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Frederic Mishkin, Columbia University economics professor, discusses Ben Bernanke's economic policies and the future of the Fed chairman.
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Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute, and Christian Weller, Center for American Progress, discuss the likelihood of the Fed chairman pulling back on quantitative easing ahead of his anticipated departure.
Brian Levitt, Oppenheimer Funds, provides perspective on what action investors can expect to see from the Fed this week and into the rest of the year.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the results from a CNBC Fed survey of what economists are expecting to hear from Ben Bernanke and the central bank.
The Fed will probably put off tapering its bond-buying "for a little bit" but has to start scaling back next year, Wells Fargo Securities Chief Economist John Silvia tells CNBC.
After eight years of "people beating the crap out of him," Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke "deserves a break," former Fed Governor Frederic Mishkin tells CNBC.
Traders and investors seem to view tapering as tightening—basically seeing any slowing in purchases as the end of easy money, even though the process is expected to be gradual.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why a Fed tapering is viewed as a tightening.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the results of an exclusive Fed survey taken from top economist and Wall Street strategist about the economy.
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