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CNBC Fed Survey Results: April 24, 2012

CNBC Fed Survey Results: April 24, 2012

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These survey results represent the opinions of 53 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 April 19-20, 2012. Participants were not required to answer every question.

Results are also shown for identical questions in earlier surveys.

This is not intended to be a scientific poll and its results should not be extrapolated beyond those who did accept our invitation.
These survey results represent the opinions of 53 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 April 19-20, 2012. Participants were not required to answer every question.

Results are also shown for identical questions in earlier 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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 CNBC Fed Survey
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April 24, 2012
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FED SURVEY
April 24, 2012
These survey results represent the opinions of 53 
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 April 19-20, 2012. Participants were not required to answer every question.Results are also shown for identical questions in earlier surveys.This is not intended to be a scientific poll and its results should not be extrapolated beyond thosewho did accept our invitation.
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Will there be another Federal Reserve quantitative easingprogram in the next year (12 months)?19%68%13%46%37%17%34%59%7%48%46%7%48%44%8%33%63%4%33%56%12%
YesNoDon't know/unsure
July 20, 2011August 11, 2011September 19, 2011October 31, 2011January 23, 2012March 16, 2012April 24, 2012
 
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FED SURVEY
April 24, 20122.
 
For those responden
ts who replied ‘Yes’ to question #1
:How large do you expect the new quantitative programwill be over the next year (12 months)? Please do notinclude reinvestment of maturing securities.
$377$628$527$457$567$448$456
$0$100$200$300$400$500$600$700
Average (In Billions)
July 20, 2011August 11, 2011September 19, 2011October 31, 2011January 23, 2012March 16, 2012April 24, 2012
 
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FED SURVEY
April 24, 20123.
 
For those respondents who replied ‘Yes’ to question #1:
Atwhich meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee do youthink the Fed is most likely to announce a new QE program?
3%33%22%28%8%6%0%0%18%45%9%9%9%9%0%0%65%18%6%6%6%0%
0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%
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