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Sterilized intervention

Sterilized intervention— intervention by the Federal Reserve in the foreign exchange market, with simultaneous intervention in the Treasury markets to offset any effects on the dollar money supply; thus, the invention in the foreign exchange market is achieved without affecting the existing dollar money supply.

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