Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell, left, and Vice Chair Randal Quarles listen during an open meeting in Washington on June 14. If the Fed sticks to its schedule, it will shed more than $420 billion of the government bonds and mortgage-backed bonds it bought after the Great Recession.
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell, left, and Vice Chair Randal Quarles listen during an open meeting in Washington on June 14. If the Fed sticks to its schedule, it will shed more than $420 billion of the government bonds and mortgage-backed bonds it bought after the Great Recession. Cliff Owen AP file | June 14
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell, left, and Vice Chair Randal Quarles listen during an open meeting in Washington on June 14. If the Fed sticks to its schedule, it will shed more than $420 billion of the government bonds and mortgage-backed bonds it bought after the Great Recession. Cliff Owen AP file | June 14

Testing the tempers of investors

June 30, 2018 07:00 AM