Although the Fed’s new move on unlimited bond purchases partially soothed investors, it still remains a question whether the impact of these steps will be sustainable or not, according to a number of economists.

The U.S. Fed on Monday unveiled a set of aggressive measures to cushion the economic impact of the global coronavirus pandemic, indicating new quantitative easing measures.

The move, along with previous measures, is expected to provide support to a wide range of markets and institutions, thereby supporting the flow of credit in the economy.

Last week, the bank announced that it would purchase at least

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