Fed's Bullard: The Odds Of A Double Dip Have Receded, And QE Is No Done Deal

James Bullard

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St. Louis Fed chief James Bullard — an uber-dove — is on CNBC this morning, and generally he’s still talking the dove, pro-stimulus line.But it’s no done deal. He says the odds of a double-dip have receded, and anything can happen between now and November.

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