News outlets rapped over Fed taper data release

By Staff | September 25, 2013 | Last updated on September 25, 2013
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The Federal Reserve is talking to news outlets because it seems some are releasing embargoed information early, CNBC reports.

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CNBC spoke to Eric Hunsader, who founded market analysis firm Nanex.

Hunsader says he saw reaction to last week’s taper announcement simultaneously in New York and Chicago. That would be impossible unless the information was sent to a server near Chicago before the information was released, explains CNBC.

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