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03/11/2010 The U.S. Federal Reserve plans to buy $600 billion in bonds

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US Central Bank to Buy $600 Billion in Government Bonds to Boost Economy

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$600 Billion Buyback

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Ben Bernanke and the $600 Billion Bailout - Market Update - November 3, 2010

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How Will Fed's $600 Billion Debt Buy Sit WIth New Congress?

The U.S. Federal Reserve System held between $700 billion and $800 billion of Treasury notes on its balance sheet before the recession. In 2008, the Federal Reserve started buying $600 billion in mortgage-backed securities and in 2009, it held $1.75 trillion of bank debt, mortgage-backed securities, and Treasury notes.
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