June 6 - Reuters columnist James Saft says the bigger question is not whether the Fed will act, but will it really matter to global markets.
-- worse columnist Jane shaft. To market you're just didn't Ben Bernanke's -- more money or more whether he's gonna tip his hand at the possibility of more UE. When and -- that latest. He certainly has -- aware that. US economy is clearly on the slide and more port eighty euros -- -- ever in the -- for. I think the important to remember is that the -- got a meeting this month into extraordinary measures and any. I expect that stat sheet to extend Operation Twist when it meets later this. Try to keep markets happy that their patterns -- If we get a major blow up over the summer and you're and it's a real possibility. I think they're gonna come in with kiwi and it's probably. -- Question. Is not -- the second act with the matter and four years quantitative easing in monetary policy and money off. And the evidence is not at all clear that this is the right. We'd been hoping that we can somehow where are acts or inflatable. And the -- Japan. Indicates that that's gonna take all long time. Perhaps longer -- Real movie is for some sort of policy which isn't gonna come from the fact. -- have to come from our nation. Address the underlying story. I'm not confident in Manhattan in your -- -- And for that reason we got a possibility that following. That's that fed comes the end. Markets aren't. We might have quantitative easing it doesn't our markets that actually right.