Fed Keeps Pace of Asset Purchases as Growth Pauses

Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve will keep purchasing securities at the rate of $85 billion a month as the economy paused because of temporary forces including bad weather. The Fed left unchanged its statement that it planned to hold its target interest rate near zero as long as unemployment remains above 6.5 percent and inflation remains below 2.5 percent. Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)

Is the Bond Market Calling the Fed's Rate Bluff?
34:18 - Bond traders are calling the Fed's bluff. For weeks now, everyone from Janet Yellen to Fed newcomer Patrick Harker has been trying to jawbone investors into believing an interest-rate increase in March is on the table. That the meeting is “live.” Yet try as they might, the bond market seems unconvinced there’s much behind the tough talk. Bloomberg's Brian Chappatta has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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