The Future of the Fed’s Balance Sheet
Posted: Friday, April 28th, 2017

The Federal Reserve (“Fed”) raised the prospect of reducing their balance sheet positions in both U.S. Treasury (UST) and Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS) a few weeks ago. This is not the first time the Fed has mentioned reducing its balance sheet over the last couple of years. Accordingly, the mortgage market has been expecting this for quite some time. While the headlines bring investors’ attention to the UST and MBS market sectors, we think Fed asset sales could have a larger impact in other fixed income sectors.

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