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Fed will reassure markets - economist

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Fed will reassure markets - economist

Fed will reassure markets - economist

Spartan Capital Securities' Peter Cardillo expects the Fed to say it'll do "whatever it takes" to keep adding liquidity to the markets when policymakers meet this week.

But he also tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that he thinks there's a good chance the markets will pull back, regardless of the Fed, because "the economy is faltering."

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