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Blurred vision: The Fed readies the beginning of the end

With QE tapering off, what's next for mortgage markets?

Jan 2014 cover
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Well, the time finally arrived. Mortgage industry analysts and housing finance experts are now talking about withdrawal — especially the Federal Reserve’s December decision to begin a $10 billion monthly taper, and eventually, from all things government. It’s the beginning of the end. And the taper came just in time for 2014, too.
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