Balancing act

14 June 2017 By Richard Beales

The U.S. central bank hiked rates as expected. It will also soon begin shrinking its $4.5 trln stock of bonds. The process will be gradual, taking a few years to trim the holdings below $3 trln. But when one of the biggest buyers of bonds throttles back, markets may face a test.

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