WSJ’s Jon Hilsenrath says the Federal Reserve, which meets next week, is keeping an eye on potential asset bubbles — but don’t expect a tightening in monetary policy anytime soon, as unemployment remains high, and inflation fears are low.

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One Response to “Seib & Wessel: The Fed’s Balancing Act”

  1. Greg0658 says:

    what if ? we made a law that stocks must return at least 1 point below the Fed Interest Rate.
    Still free(er) money but not a free for all. Thats at least 1 brake on this of OPM.
    Ok 2 points. No wait.