Pantheon Macroeconomics - The NY Fed's announcement yesterday restarts QE. The $60B of bill purchases previously planned for the period from March 13 through April 13 will now consist of $60B purchases "across a range of maturities to roughly match the maturity composition of Treasury securities outstanding".

U.S. | 13 Mar 2020 QE4 Underway, Expect the Fed to Extend it Next Week
The NY Fed's announcement yesterday restarts QE. The $60B of bill purchases previously planned for the period from March 13 through April 13 will now consist of $60B purchases "across a range of maturities to roughly match the maturity composition of Treasury securities outstanding".

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13 Mar 2020 QE4 Underway, Expect the Fed to Extend it Next Week

By Ian Shepherdson

The NY Fed's announcement yesterday restarts QE. The $60B of bill purchases previously planned for the period from March 13 through April 13 will now consist of $60B purchases "across a range of maturities to roughly match the maturity composition of Treasury securities outstanding".

Posted: 13th Mar 2020 in 'U.S.'

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