Jackson Hole predictions: Tapering without the tantrum

Industry looks to Jerome Powell

James Baxter-Derrington
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Chair of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell

Taper tantrums may be a thing of the past, according to some industry experts, who predict the reduction of quantitative easing will not shock markets.

The predictions come ahead of the annual central banking symposium at Jackson Hole, which has come to achieve legendary status largely through the speeches of former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke,...

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