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Ben Bernanke sounds dovish notes on monetary policy

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After multiple weeks of speculation about the Federal Reserve’s plans for further stimulus, Chairman Ben Bernanke sounded dovish notes Wednesday, hinting that the central bank will keep interest rates near zero for long after it ends its large-scale bond purchases. Bernanke, speaking at a National Bureau of Economics Research meeting in Boston, defended the Fed’s decision last month to give the...

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