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27 Feb 2019 By Richard Beales

Chairman Jay Powell told Congress that the U.S. central bank would stop running down its assets this year. That means holding at least $3.5 trillion, four times the pre-crisis figure. That’s not the “normalization” many were looking for – but there are reasons for it.

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