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Goldman Sachs is setting up an early rollover plan after January - - Goldman Sachs is continuing its exploration efforts with a strong strategy of quick tapering from January - Goldman Sachs will make a big move to the stock market - today, and with a sharp rise in the cost of cash

Goldman Sachs is setting up an early rollover plan after January - - Goldman Sachs is continuing its exploration efforts with a strong strategy of quick tapering from January - Goldman Sachs will make a big move to the stock market - today, and with a sharp rise in the cost of cash

The Federal Reserve will likely double its monthly bond purchases from January to $30 billion and wind down its pandemic-era bond-buying scheme by mid-March, Goldman Sachs strategists said.

According to a client note, the increase in openness to accelerating the taper pace likely reflects in recent months a lack of inflation rate and the comfort of the Fed officials for an increase in the pace, analysts said.

It is the first time the Fed has experienced a sharp downward trend in the country. Goldman expects the Fed to start raising interest rates by just two times in 2022, at the moment of starting June, and then triple to 3 in 2022.

Politicians said they would be open to speeding the taper of their bond-buying program if the high inflation was held and would move faster to raise rates.

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