The Federal Reserve Will Never Tighten

Everyone is now talking about the Federal Reserve needing to raise interest rates now because inflation is running very hot. Another, often overlooked, aspect of the Federal Reserve is its balance sheet. When you think of the Federal Reserve balance sheet, think of Quantitive Easing — where the Fed buys things like Treasury bonds.

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Finance/Investing/Economics blogger. I’m also a Philosophy of Religion blogger:https://jonathandavidgarner.wordpress.com/

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