Friday, July 5, 2013

Marc Faber: Mr. Bernanke is most likely to retire and unlimited QEs forever will continue

ET Now: The biggest worry for global money managers is what will happen to the central bank liquidity. There are concerns of the US Fed tapering of the quantitative easing, but Japan and China are likely to continue with their stimulus. Do you see any changes in easy money going forward?

Marc Faber: Central banks around the world will continue to pursue easy monetary policies and there will be very little tapering. But in the unlikely case, where the US economy were strong and showing strong growth, in half an year or year's time, then they will reduce the purchases of assets.
But in a scenario where the economy stays weak and continues to disappoint, I do not think that they will taper much. In fact, Mr. Bernanke is most likely to retire and some other Fed members will try to make Mr. Bernanke look like a hawk and they have argued for unlimited QEs forever and that is likely to be the case.

 In Economic Times : Click here to watch the full interview>>>>>

Marc Faber is an international investor known for his uncanny predictions of the stock market and futures markets around the world.


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