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Leaving buyers club could be Fed’s next tricky task

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – With the wind-down of the Federal Reserve’s massive bond buying under way, policymakers are beginning to discuss the next stage – when to allow the U.S. central bank’s swollen balance sheet to shrink.

If the Fed sticks to a plan laid out in June 2011, a decision to stop reinvesting bond proceeds would precede any increase in interest rates and mark the beginning of the Fed’s first tightening cycle since 2004-2006.

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      "Coverage includes Federal Reserve regional banks, U.S. monetary policy, interest-rate futures markets, and financial exchanges and clearinghouses serving the derivatives marketplace, including CME Group."
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      2010
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