To prevent the emerging recession in the US economy, the Federal Reserve may in the future resort to measures of quantitative easing, Bloomberg writes, referring to the views of investment managers of bond funds. So, Jeanne Tannuzzo from Columbia Threadneedle expects the Fed to resume buying bonds in 2020. Thomas Atteberry of First Pacific Advisors is also expecting a return to the policy of quantitative easing, since, in his opinion, the recession in the US will come in one or two years. In 2020, the Fed may lower rates, traders that trade in short-term bonds believe. As stated in February by the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Mary Daly, the next slowdown in US GDP growth may prompt the Fed to resort to faster purchases of assets.
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