The Times’s David Gillen on market gyrations as Wall Street and world economies tries to guess when the Federal Reserve will slow, or taper, its extraordinary measures to bolster the economy.

Taper Tantrum

June 17, 2013
By Eric Paternot and Ben Werschkul

See also

Obama Says Bernanke Has Been at Fed ‘Longer Than He Wanted’

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Federal Reserve, Video

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One Response to “Taper Tantrum”

  1. wealthnote says:

    I will be happy to see Bernanke go. Not that he has done that horrible of a job, but I think we really need some new ideas in the Fed. At least some new leadership and directions. It seems like the current route we are taking isn’t working like we wanted, and the Fed solution is to just keep trying the same thing over and over again.