Why the Fed’s balance sheet is expected to top $9 trillion after it starts reducing its monthly asset purchases

As the Federal Reserve's balance sheet climbs past $8 trillion for the first time, it easily can keep growing for years to come, even after the central bank starts reducing its large-scale asset purchases, according to the Wells Fargo Institute.
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