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Volatile market, stoic Fed

Steve Liesman takes a look at the public disagreement within the Federal Reserve over what it should do next.
Source: CNBC.com
Richard Fisher's rate hike view unchanged

Richard Fisher, Dallas Fed president, says he sees no reason not to raise interest rates by spring of 2015.
Source: CNBC.com
US economy improving despite volatility: Fisher

CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher, about the Fed's plan to end its bond buying program.
Source: CNBC.com
UBS' Harris: Think Fed will slow tapering

Eric Rosengren, Boston Fed President, told CNBC's Steve Liesman he doesn't expect the Fed will need to begin quantitative easing again unless the economy became weak enough. Joe Lavorgna, Deutsche Bank, and Maury Harris, UBS Investment Research, provide insight.
Source: CNBC.com
Economist sees taper slowing

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports Maury Harris, an economist at UBS thinks the Federal Reserve will slow the taper.
Source: CNBC.com
Future of rate hikes

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest from the Boston Economic Forum, on Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren's policy outlook.
Source: CNBC.com
Liesman's take on rates

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren sees QE set to end despite market turmoil. Liesman thinks the Fed's tools after QE will be guidance on when rates will go up and the path of the incline.
Source: CNBC.com
Fed heads to Boston

CNBC's Steve Liesman, and Eric Rosengren, Boston Fed president, discuss the impact of market volatility and Europe's economic weakness on Fed policy.
Source: CNBC.com
Who's right: Downbeat market or upbeat Fed?

Discussing what message lower rates and bond yields are sending to the market and investors, with Greg Ip, The Economist; CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli.
Source: CNBC.com
Beige Book: Modest wage growth

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the headlines out of the Federal Reserve's Beige Book.
Source: CNBC.com