Fed Holds Back On Mortgage Repos

The Federal Reserve, for the first time since launching its temporary repurchase program in March, stopped buying mortgage-backed securities, suggesting the plan may be redundant.

  • 07 Jan 2009
The Federal Reserve, for the first time since launching its temporary repurchase program in March, stopped buying mortgage-backed securities, suggesting the plan may be redundant. The Fed has been buying the MBS every week to add reserves to the banking system, but with the start this week of ...

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