BlackRock’s Watson Says Fed Won’t Signal Potential Taper Until June

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “BlackRock’s Watson Says Fed Won’t Signal Potential Taper Until June” – below is their description.

    Apr.23 — Marilyn Watson, head of global fundamental fixed income strategy at BlackRock, says a “more upbeat” Federal Reserve won’t provide any guidance on asset purchase reductions following next week’s FOMC meeting. “I think June will be when we actually start to see anything in terms of signaling towards a potential taper,” Watson says on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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