As Fed Ends Quantitative Easing, QE Ramps Up Abroad
While the Fed effectively ended quantitative easing in the U.S. this week, Japan expanded its QE policy and some are calling on Europe to do the same.By Bram Sable-Smith | November 1, 2014
A long anticipated shift in Federal Reserve policy finally arrived last week.
GERRI WILLIS VIA FOX BUSINESS: "Well you've heard about quantitative easing, all that means is the Federal Reserve is buying bonds in the market place to keep interest rates low. They're not going to do that anymore."
But just as one QE door closes, others appear to be opening.