尋日就有Cleveland Fed總裁Loretta Mester嘅演講，佢嘅講法係未來幾次會議內，聯儲局就應該會完整交待資產表縮減嘅安排同策略。
At coming meetings, we will be finalizing our plans for ending the balance-sheet runoff and completing balance-sheet normalization.
Loretta J. Mester, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Lyons Companies and the University of Delaware Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship – Newark, DE – February 19, 2019
Williams estimated the so-called balance sheet roll off could end when bank reserves get to “maybe $1 trillion of reserves or somewhat more than that,” about $600 billion (459 billion pounds) less than current levels.
The figure is “a guess today of the amount of reserves that will be held in the system in the future – but again we are learning and will get a finer touch on that,” he said.
New York Fed President John Williams on Tuesday said he was comfortable with the level U.S. interest rates are at now and that he sees no need to raise them again unless economic growth or inflation shifts to an unexpectedly higher gear.