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‘Tapering victims’ poised for a run of success

The Federal Reserve’s decision to stay the course on economic stimulus has ignited speculation that some beaten-up assets could be set to rebound through the end of the year.

The reason: In holding off on any move to cut back its monthly bond-buying program, known as quantitative easing or QE, the Fed has signalled that it could be on the sidelines for some time.