May 25, 2022

Dallas Fed’s Kaplan Ready to Discuss Pulling Back on Bond Buying Stimulus

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas leader Robert Kaplan reiterated Thursday he is ready to talk with his colleagues about pulling back on the central bank’s bond buying stimulus, in comments that flagged some concerns about the Fed’s purchases of mortgage bonds.

“I think it would be wise sooner rather than later to begin gently taking our foot off the accelerator, so we can avoid and reduce the probability of having to apply the brakes down the road,” Mr. Kaplan said on CNBC.

Mr….

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