SOUTH BEND, Ind. — St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Pres. James Bullard Thursday night expressed his opposition to QE3 saying he would have voted against it, instead preferring more evidence that the global slowdown was affecting the domestic economy.

Bullard, a non-voting FOMC member this year, was the keynote speaker at a lecture series at Notre Dame.

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