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Aug 21, 2013 at 10:09 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The Indian version of Operation Twist is expected to get some sanity back in the market. Banking stocks are at a level where it may see some short-term relief rally. But it will be more sentimental than fundamental because the issues plaguing the sector still exist
Dec 22, 2012 at 17:33 | Source: Tech2.com
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Oct 06, 2012 at 10:30 | Source: Reuters
The Federal Reserve will buy a total of USD 600 billion of bonds under its newest stimulus program, known as QE3, and is likely to buy Treasuries outright after its "Operation Twist" stimulus ends in December, according to a Reuters poll of economists on Friday.
Jul 18, 2012 at 12:30 | Source: CNBC
While some Washington leaders demanded Tuesday that the Federal Reserve come through with more stimulus, the reality could be that it has run out of ways it can help.
Jul 10, 2012 at 08:36 | Source: Reuters
Three top Federal Reserve policymakers on Monday laid the groundwork for a third round of bond purchases, saying the US recovery was weak and unemployment far too high.
Jul 09, 2012 at 09:40 | Source: CNBC
Uncertainty about US fiscal policy, Europe's sovereign crisis and slower global growth have turned the US economy into what feels like a slow-moving zombie.
Jul 03, 2012 at 21:22 | Source: Reuters
With bond yields and mortgage rates already at historic lows, the Federal Reserve's move to prolong the shelf life of Operation Twist is unlikely to do much to lower US interest rates.
Jun 28, 2012 at 17:24 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
In the previous fortnight, expectations of various policy measures drove the markets in major economies. The Federal Reserve at its Federal Open Market Committee Meet announced its plan to expand Operation Twist, a programme through which short-term bonds are sold for the same amount as long-term bonds, and extend it up to the year end.
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zetetic

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Bond rate also remains close to 0 and this gets reflected in the yield curve. When interest rates come close to 0, Fed is short of ammunition to fight deflation/recession. That is when monetarily it proceeds with QE and Operation Twist etc. However, in the absence of help from the fisc to balance

7.34 PM Dec 15th 2012

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actually the eco term for what us is trying to do is reflation. actually operation twist has been done earlier in 1961, and it means twisting the shape of the yield curve, basically they bought 1/5 note as i perceive firstly to lower the short term debt, and then when it got to o levels, which

2.19 PM Dec 15th 2012

jai sharemaster

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And also Operation Twist or its extension planned to sell shorter term securities and buy longer end ones. Trying to show inflation expectation are low. But what i want to ask of you or anyone who follows Fed or bonds actively is, when the Fed is trying to sell short end securities is it trying

9.38 PM Dec 13th 2012

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Source:Wall Street Journal - U.S. stocks pushed higher after the Federal Reserve said it would introduce new asset purchases to replace its current stimulus program known as Operation Twist, which ends this month. No matter what the Fed says, expect short-term noise in the markets

1.37 PM Dec 13th 2012

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FOMC update- Fed to buy treasury securities at $45 billion a month once `Operation Twist` expires. The buying announced today will be in addition to $40 billion a month of mortgage-debt purchases.

11.18 PM Dec 12th 2012

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FOMC update- Fed to buy treasury securities at $45 billion a month once `Operation Twist` expires. The buying announced today will be in addition to $40 billion a month of mortgage-debt purchases.

11.13 PM Dec 12th 2012

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Important announcement at 11:00 PM from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke. Positive factors for Commodities would be if Fed Chairman continues Operation Twist and provides economic stimulus of $45 billion in Monthly Treasury purchase additionally with QE3 which was $40 billion buy of mortgage bonds each

6.30 PM Dec 12th 2012

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The Fed may announce fresh monthly purchases of $45 billion of Treasurys, economists say. These new purchases will start in the new year after the existing Operation Twist bond-buying program expires.

1.36 PM Dec 12th 2012

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, which has risen about 9 per cent this year, mostly on the Fed`s stimulus measures. Investors await a US Federal Reserve policy meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday, after which the central bankBSE 0.74 % is expected to announce fresh bond purchases of $45 billion a month to replace Operation Twist, the Fed

12.39 PM Dec 10th 2012

NEAL GURU BHAI

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, which has risen about 9 per cent this year, mostly on the Fed`s stimulus measures. Investors await a US Federal Reserve policy meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday, after which the central bankBSE 0.74 % is expected to announce fresh bond purchases of $45 billion a month to replace Operation Twist, the Fed

12.39 PM Dec 10th 2012

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