How Did Markets React to Fed Decision?

Dec. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Dominic Chu reports on market reaction to the Federal Reserve decision to buy $45 billion a month of Treasury securities starting in January. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg)

Brexit Outcome Still 'All to Play For', Says Foley
02:49 - Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair said he believes British voters will “do the sensible thing” and vote to stay in the European Union in next month’s referendum. Prime Minister David Cameron and his fellow campaigners for Britain to stay in the EU in the June 23 vote have made much of the risks to the economy and living standards they say a so-called Brexit would involve. A Treasury report warned U.K. growth prospects would be “permanently damaged.” Proponents of leaving say Britain would be freer to strike its own trade deals with the rest of the world. Rabobank Senior Foreign-Exchange Strategist Jane Foley discusses headwinds facing currencies, including the U.S. presidential election, with Manus Cranny in Dubai and Anna Edwards in London on "Countdown."
  • IEA’s Atkinson Says Brighter Times Are Ahead for Oil
  • Blair on Brexit -- a 'Foolish Risk to Take'
  • Sainsbury CFO Sees `Very Tough Retailing Environment'