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Expanding balance sheet

Since September 2008, the Federal Reserve has increased its balance sheet as a part of broader efforts to stabilize the economy. On Wednesday, the Fed said it would buy $600 billion in Treasury bonds, a move that will further expand its holdings.

Since September 2008, the Federal Reserve has increased its balance sheet as a part of broader efforts to stabilize the economy.

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