The expert adds that: “The key for Bernanke on Friday, would be to articulate a plan that could bring on the refi wave without triggering an increase in commodity prices the way that QEII has been accused of doing. Taking a soft approach rather than aggressively promoting QEIII may disappoint some market participants on Friday, but in the long run it may do the most for risk appetite and for currencies closely associated with it.”
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