No Love Lost for U.S. Debt as Dealers Sell Fewer Bonds

No Love Lost for U.S. Debt as Dealers Sell Fewer Bonds

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The U.S. Federal Reserve building stands in Washington, D.C. The Fed began the second round of asset purchases, known as QE2, on Nov. 10 after buying $1.7 trillion in securities through last year, increasing the amount of money in circulation to prevent deflation.