Bernanke Talks Recovery as Congress Plays Politics
The Fed will retain on its balance sheet the mortgage-backed securities and longer-term Treasuries purchased in its quantitative easing programs even after the bank ends stimulus. Bernanke will not give a hard date as to when the Fed expects to unwind its position in those assets.
-- Written by Joe Deaux in New York.
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