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Pregnant pause

30 January 2020 By Anna Szymanski

The U.S. central bank has been gobbling up about $60 billion in treasury bills a month since October. Whether this is technically quantitative easing is less important than the Fed’s struggle to control its message. This could undermine its effectiveness when it’s needed most.

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