When Fed slows, it should start with MBS, Fisher says

05/9/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

When the Federal Reserve begins to slow its bond-buying program, it should start with mortgage-backed securities, according to Richard Fisher, head of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank. He also emphasized that inflation levels are not a concern, and suggested "fiscal authorities" are hampering the economy's growth.

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