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The Fed’s Financial Accounts: What Is Uncle Sam’s Largest Asset?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Pop Quiz! Without recourse to your text, your notes or a Google search, what line item is the largest asset in Uncle Sam's financial accounts? A) U.S. Official Reserve Assets B) Total Mortgages C) Taxes Receivable D) Student Loans

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The Fed's Financial Accounts: What Is Uncle Sam's Largest Asset?

Pop Quiz! Without recourse to your text, your notes or a Google search, what line item is the largest asset in Uncle Sam's financial accounts?

  • A) U.S. Official Reserve Assets
  • B) Total Mortgages
  • C) Taxes Receivable
  • D) Student Loans
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