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WireTap 1400 28/11/11

A round-up of the key stories across the specialist financial media, including reports that the Fed intends to stimulate the US economy through the purchase of housing bonds.

Dealers see Fed buying $545B mortgage bonds

The Federal Reserve is planning to inject money into the economy through the purchase of mortgage securities, according to bond dealers.

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Europe's leaders pursue new pact

Eurozone leaders are negotiating a groundbreaking fiscal pact aimed at preventing the currency block from fracturing by tying members closer together.

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OECD urges ECB to act as euro zone enters recession

The global economic outlook has undergone a serious decline according to the OECD amidst urgings for the ECB to act more decisively in controlling the Eurozone crisis.

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IMF denies in Italy aid talks

The IMF is denying rumours that it intends to make up to €600 billion available for Italy to stem a potential debt emergency.

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Belgium pays 5.659 percent to sell 10-year debt, most since 2000

Belgium pays the highest interest rate since 2000 in €450 million bond auction.

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