The general consensus is that the U.S. Federal Reserve will not begin to taper its asset purchases until sometime in 2014. Economic growth remains flaccid, and the federal government shutdown certainly didn’t help the situation.
Deutsche Bank makes the arguments the Fed will be considering when deciding whether to taper in December or wait until March. A slow labor market is what has many analysts opting on the side of no taper until next year.
Floating Path explores economic and cultural phenomena, and hopes to educate, inspire and provoke. Discover their wide range of daily content here.