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Stocks rally as Fed mulls end to balance sheet reduction

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Stocks rally as Fed mulls end to balance sheet reduction


'Stocks rose Friday as traders looked past a poor Intel earnings report and hoped a government shutdown solution would come soon, as well as a resolution to the U.S.-China trade war.
Speculation that the Federal Reserve may end it's balance sheet unwind sooner than expected also added to the bullish tone, as that's been a major concern of investors.
The Dow was up 240 points, aiming for its fifth consecutive week of gains. The S&P 500 rose 1 percent, while the Nasdaq added 1.3 percent as Starbucks gained on strong earnings.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Reserve is closer than expected to ending its balance sheet unwind. The Fed's decision is a key consideration for investors as they gauge the extent to which the central bank will tighten its monetary policy.".....

Does this mean the USA must payback US Treasury LOANS/TBills?

Yes!
No!
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Other, please explain!
 

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