Some analysts think the Fed should adopt a flexible approach and
extend the terms of the Treasury buying programme until the end of the
That way, the Fed could buy fewer mortgages and more Treasuries, should yields rise sharply in the coming months.
would make sense for the Fed to give themselves room to buy more
Treasuries later this year, if that is required,” said George
Goncalves, head of fixed income strategy at Cantor Fitzgerald.
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