With the Federal Reserve's policy-setting body meeting today for the first time in months, Neil Irwin runs down the Fed's various options and how likely each of them is. The takeaway? The Fed isn't likely to do more but isn't likely to do less, either. And because some people thought they were getting ready to do less, saying they're not going to do less is a way of doing at least a bit more.
Got that, grasshopper?
August 10, 2010; 10:19 AM ET
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