Alan Valdes, vice president of trading at DME Securities, weighs in on if the Federal Reserve is suggesting the possibility of tapering its quantitative easing program because of central bank fears that it is creating an asset bubble. U.S. stocks were flat on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's statement, which could provide clues about when the Fed may begin to scale back future stimulus measures. The FOMC is expected to leave policy the same following the central bank's monthly meeting
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