- The Federal Reserve is likely to continue scaling back its QE program despite the disappointing nonfarm payrolls report on Friday, writes WSJ Fed watcher Jon Hilsenrath.
- The FOMC has cut the Fed's bond-buying program by $10B in each of its last two meetings and is set to trim purchases by another $10B at its next get together in March, when it would have another jobs report to consider. The Fed is currently acquiring $65B in bonds a month,
- Richard Fisher of the Dallas Fed, who votes on policy this year, told CNN after the employment data came out that policy makers are "not swayed by a single number."
Fed set to continue tapering despite disappointing jobs data
Feb 9 2014, 01:41 ET