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Central Station: Fed Taper Still on Course, For Now
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Monday, January 13, 2014 3:26 AM

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The Wall Street Journal's Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Monday, Dec. 13 1) Hilsenrath on the trouble with bubbles 2) Jobs report unlikely to derail tapering; 3) Obama nominates three to Fed board; 4) Lacker says Jan. taper still on table; 5) Bullard sees strong growth lifting inflation; 6) Draghi's QE dilemma; 7) Carstens sees higher inflation in Mexico; 8) Shrinking workforce may worry Fed; 9) Fed sends fewer 'profits' to Treasury 10) Basel cuts banks more slack HILSENRATH'S TAKE My colleague Jason Zweig had a thoughtful column this weekend that should be read by anyone wondering these days about the risks of another financial bubble. As Jason notes, this includes a growing number of people at the Federal Reserve. Jason is the WSJ's

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