US stocks waver under Fed speculation

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The Dow and the S&P500 declined on Tuesday after rising bond yields increased debate over how soon the Federal Reserve would start trimming its stimulus program. Fed officials offered diverging views and added to the uncertainty about the outlook for the Fed’s easy-money policies. Among them, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher told CNBC that the Fed’s program of buying $US85 billion in bonds every month to stimulate the economy cannot continue forever. The day’s decline, which followed two days of gains and record high closes on the Dow, were led by…

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