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08 August 2014


The language of financial markets continues to mystify.  The Washington Examiner has collected some statements by Federal Reserve bankers (the equivalent to our Reserve Bank), and suggests readers try to work out what they mean.

For example, what would you do with this?

He's given us five examples in all, and four multi-choice options each for meaning. Take a look!

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