September 20, 2010 at 13:34 PM EDT
ETFs To Watch Ahead Of Fed Meeting
All eyes on Wall Street will shift on Tuesday towards Washington, where the latest meeting of the Federal Reserve promises to shed some light on the central bank’s view of the ongoing recovery and any plans to give the U.S. economy an extra push heading into the final quarter of the year. Though the drama surrounding interest rate changes that usually accompanies Fed meetings will be absent–Bernanke & Co. are widely expected to keep benchmark rates at record lows–there is plenty of speculation in advance of the latest gathering of key policymakers. The biggest question mark surrounds bond markets, which have been exhibiting significant volatility in recent sessions as traders form opinions about the Fed’s most likely course of action. Some expect that the central bank’s hand will ultimately be forced to implement further quantitative easing measures, most likely in the form of Treasury purchases. Last month the Fed began [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Stories: ETF Plays Ahead Of The G-20 Finance Meeting Five ETFs To Watch Ahead Of Obama’s Oval Office Address Three ETFs To Watch Ahead Of Jobs Report
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