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What Happens When the Fed Loses Money

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Fri, 8 Feb 2013

The Federal Reserve’s exit from ultra-easy monetary policy still looks very far off—by most accounts, rate hikes will not begin for more than two years and asset sales for even longer. However, the exit strategy could matter for markets well before that point. Fed officials have said that they will

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