John O'Donnell: How Much Money Can the Fed Lose?

January 17th, 2014
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The Federal Reserve has accumulated a balance sheet with more than $4 trillion in assets. The capitalization of the Fed is only $55 billion. Is this setting the stage for a massive collapse in bond prices? If that happens how big can the losses potentially be for the Fed?


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