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Barclays: Federal Reserve next month will give up "quite some time" statements

US stock market center: Exclusive offer full industry sector stocks, premarket after-hours, ETF, warrants night network real-time quotes, nightlife network Finance YORK Nov. 20 news, the Federal Reserve on Wednesday afternoon (EST) released the Federal Open in October Minutes market Committee (FOMC) meeting, the minutes show that the vast majority of FOMC members agreed that the third round of quantitative easing (QE3), and the progress of the US job market expressed satisfaction。However, some participants also worried that US inflation is likely to continue below the FOMC's target。It is because of this concern, the Federal Reserve statement on interest rates in October, is still committed to "quite some time" to maintain low interest rates。But Barclays (Barclays) expects the Fed to abandon the "considerable time," the forward guidance in the December meeting, as of next year to raise interest rates in preheated。  Barclays analysts pointed out that the minutes of the meeting on Wednesday to discuss interest rates than in October, slightly dovish statement a little, but the difference is not particularly large。  Barclays wrote in the report: "The Commission remains confident about the economic outlook, expected further improvement in the labor market, inflation will gradually rise in the coming years。Although the minutes mentioned further slowdown in global growth may pose a risk to the US economy, the Committee considers that the impact may be more limited。"With US interest rates near point, Barclays analysts believe that the main challenge now facing the Fed is how to effectively communicate with the market, based on economic data from the steering depending on the time of forward guidance and guidelines set, and will not cause excessive market fluctuation。  Barclays expects the Fed to abandon the "considerable time" is expressed in the December meeting, and the first rate hike in June 2015。(Shofu compilation)