Markets get edgy about life after Fed's QE2

04/17/2011 | Google

As debate about the Federal Reserve's monetary policy heats up, markets are getting anxious about what might happen after the central bank closes its $600 billion bond-buying program, analysts said. Pacific Investment Management is unloading most of its U.S. Treasurys in anticipation of economic slowdown and rising interest rates.

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