Global Markets Fall After Fed Warning

Thursday, September 22, 2011

European and Asian markets are being hammered this morning as markets react to the Federal Reserve's warning about the weak state of the U.S. economy, and fears of another recession in the euro zone. On Wednesday, the Fed predicted the U.S. economy was still years away from a full recovery, and announced it would buy long-term Treasury bonds and sell short-term bonds to stimulate lending. Andrew Walker, economics correspondent for the BBC, has the latest.


Andrew Walker

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