Feds Decision to Keep Rates Low to Drive Recovery:

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Diamond Partner

The Feds recently announced that they would continue to keep rates low and to implement a quantitative easing program in an effort to drive recovery and avert deflation and increase optimism. The economy is expected to grow up to 4% this year, which should help unemployment quite a bit.

I am wondering if anyone is getting any other information for what the economy is expected to do this year and why it is expected to do it.

Thanks in advance for your replys!

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Brett Wood

Keller Williams Diamond Partners

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brett,wood@kw.com

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