The Fed’s plan to shrink its balance sheet

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Today, the Federal Reserve released its March meeting minutes. While many Fed officials are keen on half a percentage point interest rate hikes going forward, the central bank is also planning to shed $95 billion worth of bonds per month. We’ll dig into its plans to turn down the temperature of the economy. Plus: Why economists care about the Case-Shiller home indexes and what temporary protection status means for Ukrainians and Afghans.

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