The Federal Reserve has purchased more than $2.5 billion as it resumes buying U.S. government debt for the first time since October. The Fed acquired 14 of 25 securities listed for purchase. Analysts predict that the Fed will purchase some $284 billion in Treasuries over the next 12 months in an effort to keep money from leaving the financial system.
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