Another month of weaker-than-expected U.S. hiring has increased the chances of the Federal Reserve launching a new round of monetary stimulus to boost growth, a Reuters poll of Wall Street economists showed.
The median of forecasts from 16 primary dealers – the large financial institutions that do business directly with the Fed – showed a 70 percent chance the central bank will for the third time expand its balance sheet via large-scale bond purchases.
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