How the Fed influences interest rates, at a glance

How the Fed influences interest rates, at a glance

The Federal Reserve's soon-to-end bond-buying program goes by the unwieldy term “quantitative easing.” It involves having the Fed buy Treasurys from investors. Those purchases tend to push down long-term interest rates, or at least keep them low.

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How the Fed influences interest rates, at a glance

On June 21st, 2011, posted in: Recent News by

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