Asia-Pacific equity markets are picking up where the US left off, moving higher after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated there was no set course for the Fed's exit strategy. Wall Street brightened ... more 
Asia-Pacific equity markets are picking up where the US left off, moving higher after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated there was no set course for the Fed's exit strategy. Wall Street brightened after remarks from Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve chairman, raised the prospect that monetary stimulus might remain in place longer than expected. With a smile periodically playing across his face, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke almost looked pleased to face questions from members of the House of Representatives but that might be because he knows that it was for the last time less 
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