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Investment Currents: Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Stance

July 15, 2021

What is the Fed’s timing to come off its current monetary policy stance? In this six-minute video, our Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Chubb, shares his insight on the Federal Open Market Committee’s plan to taper its bond purchases as the economy continues to rebound post-COVID.

If you are interested in Timothy’s review of second quarter market performance or to view the entire recording from the Investment Currents WebEx, click here.


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