Fed Conducting Second Sale of Treasuries Under Extension Plan
The Federal Reserve began selling Treasuries for a second time today as part of its program to replace $400 billion of short-term debt in its portfolio with longer-term Treasuries in an effort to reduce borrowing costs.
The central bank sold $8.531 billion of securities maturing in February 2012 through July 2012 earlier today.
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