Fed Officials Weigh In on Outlook for Bond Buying Stimulus Effort

Federal Reserve officials weighed in on the longer-run outlook for their continuing bond buying program in public appearances Thursday, with one saying the U.S. economy may perk up enough to consider starting to wind down the effort around the turn of next year.

“During a pandemic, during a crisis, we should not change many things, the fewer moving parts, the better,” Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker said in a video appearance, adding that when it comes to the Fed’s bond buying program, “I don’t…

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