NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Commodities markets broadly sold off on Wednesday due to the uncertainty over the course of action in central banks of developed economies.The Federal Reserve left markets with a dovish tone at its policy decision last week. Since the event Fed board members have come out and hedged their statements by claiming to be hawkish as well, setting their sights on policy tightening before year's end. Ben Bernanke has tried to maintain a balanced approach while figuring out how to rein in the Fed's record high balance sheet. Keeping investors in the dark while being completely transparent looks to be doing the trick.
Central Bank Uncertainty Threatens Emerging Markets
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