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CNBC Fed Survey Results: September 19, 2011

CNBC Fed Survey Results: September 19, 2011

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These survey results represent the opinions of 59 of the nation’s top money managers, investment strategists and professional economists.
They responded to CNBC’s invitation to participate in our online survey with forecasts of the economy, the financial markets, and the Federal Reserve's future policy actions. Their responses were collected on September 14 and September 15, 2011.
These survey results represent the opinions of 59 of the nation’s top money managers, investment strategists and professional economists.
They responded to CNBC’s invitation to participate in our online survey with forecasts of the economy, the financial markets, and the Federal Reserve's future policy actions. Their responses were collected on September 14 and September 15, 2011.

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CNBC’s Fed Survey –
September 19, 2011Page 1 of 19
 
FED SURVEY
September 19, 2011
These survey results represent the opinions of 59 
of the nation’s top money managers,
investment strategists and professional economists.
They responded to CNBC’s invitation to participate in our online survey. Their responses were
collected on September 14 and September 15, 2011. Participants were not required toanswer every question.Results are also shown for identical questions in our July 20 and August 8, 2011 surveys.This is not intended to be a scientific poll and its results should not be extrapolated beyond those who did accept our invitation.
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Will there be another Federal Reserve quantitativeeasing program in the next year (12 months)?
19%68%13%46%37%17%34%59%
7%
0% 20% 40% 60% 80%
YesNoDon't Know/Unsure
July 20 SurveyAugust 11 SurveySeptember 19 Survey
 
 
CNBC’s Fed Survey –
September 19, 2011Page 2 of 19
 
FED SURVEY
September 19, 20112.
 
For those respondents who replied ‘Yes’ to question
#1: How large do you expect the new quantitativeprogram will be over the next year (12 months)?Please do not include reinvestment of maturingsecurities.
$377$628$527
$0$100$200$300$400$500$600$700
Average (In Billions)
July 20 SurveyAugust 11 SurveySeptember 19 Survey
 
 
CNBC’s Fed Survey –
September 19, 2011Page 3 of 19
 
FED SURVEY
September 19, 20113.
 
For those
respondents who replied ‘Yes’ to question
#1: At which meeting of the Federal Open MarketCommittee do you think the Fed is most likely toannounce a new QE program?
25%30%15%5%15%5%5%0%0%
0%5%10%15%20%25%30%35%
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