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Shrinking Fed Balance Sheet an Uphill Task: Jackson Hole Paper

  • High demands on bank liquidity despite QT a risk to stability
  • Bank behavior also dampening monetary policy impact of QE

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Federal Reserve officials gathered in Jackson Hole heard a pessimistic assessment of the benefits of quantitative easing and their ability to smoothly trim back the Fed’s bloated balance sheet.