Central Bank De-Synchronization Now A Risk For The Financial World?Rupert Hargreaves
In 2008, the Federal Reserve started an unprecedented programme of bond buying in an attempt to shore up financial markets and restore calm to the global financial system. Over the next nine years, the central bank built up a portfolio worth $4.5 trillion of debt and has kept the balance steadily by reinvesting securities as they mature.
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