The strategy seems to have worked in the near term.
"The real risk is not that the market goes down in the near term," he said.
But he said such a move was not likely in the near term.
But such a move would not be made in the near term, he said following the meeting.
In the near term, some of these steps may even cost money.
"You should expect no major changes in the near term."
Most were not intended for public view, at least in the near term.
Unfortunately, things weren't going to change in the near term.
But the task will not be easy in the near term.
But for the near term, few see the dollar moving much at all.
Although, he said, financial stocks would probably be volatile near term, "when the market turns up, we expect them to lead."
It's not like he alone defines the future, at least not near term.
"In terms of financial impact, near term, there's not going to be one," he said.
Consider the case of a woman with terminal cancer carrying a healthy baby near term.
Q. What is your outlook for advertising spending near term?
Near term, the government would be able to do a much better job negotiating drug prices on its own.
The first is with mares who are at or near full term in their 11-month pregnancy.
We still think its best to be cautious near term.
Anything less than the consensus would be very good near term for bonds, he said.
I think that bond yields will fall lower, possibly down to 5 1/2 percent near term.