It only took the slightest nudge from Ben Bernanke to shift the prevailing mood in the market this month.
The Federal Reserve chairman, who has led an aggressive four-year programme of quantitative easing (QE) to drive up asset prices and kick-start the American economy, said the US central bank could start gradually curtailing its $85 billion monthly bond-buying at the end of this year and stop altogether around the middle of 2014. If executed, that...
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