Siegel, Gary E.
March 2007
Bond Buyer;3/22/2007, Vol. 359 Issue 32592, p2
Trade Publication
The article offers news related to bond market in the U.S. The Federal Reserve Board has released a report revealing that Federal Open Market Committee decided to keep its target for the federal funds rate at 5%. Also, it unveils that recent indicators have been mixed and the adjustment in the housing sector is ongoing. According to Conference Board, a pick up in the U.S. economy should lead to 3% gross domestic product growth in 2007


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