Federal Reserve Board member Kevin Warsh expressed wariness about the Fed’s willingness to purchase more mortgage debt or government bonds to boost the economy if it falters, an idea that has emerged amidst worries about the recovery’s sustainability. “Any judgment to expand the balance sheet further should be subject to strict scrutiny,” Warsh said Monday in a speech in Atlanta.
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