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On the Supply of, and Demand for, U.S. Treasury Debt
David Andolfatto
Andrew Spewak
Abstract

Throughout the early 2000s, federal debt held by the public—the amount of outstanding U.S. Treasury securities (Treasuries) held by the Federal Reserve System and private investors—was stable at around 35 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).


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David Andolfatto & Andrew Spewak, "On the Supply of, and Demand for, U.S. Treasury Debt" , Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Economic Synopses, issue 5, pages 1-3, 2018.
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