Fed tapering 'could be pushed back to 2014'

A surprise delay in the US Federal Reserve's plans to wind down its QE programme may continue into 2014, fund managers have suggested.

The central bank surprised markets by opting not to slow the pace of its $85bn a month asset purchase programme at its September meeting, pointing to recent bond and mortgage rate rises that could “slow...

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