Bitcoin and the S&P 500 are falling as the Federal reserve is ready to start buying bonds again

The price of bitcoin is falling, and the S&P 500 index is down 3.75%.The US Federal reserve is ready to start buying bonds again, this time as soon as possible, to help the US economy get going again.As reported by Bloomberg, the fed has decided to start buying bonds again.As long as the fed's forecast remains valid, the market is likely to be on the side of bulls. The us Central Bank is likely to start buying bonds again, this time as soon as possible, Bloomberg said.Bloomberg cryptanalyst Mike McGlone, based on data from the interbank Communications system, said that the fed's appetite for long-term bonds is starting to grow again.The fed is currently buying up to 10% of newly issued securities on an ongoing basis, which is three times more than was purchased in the third quarter.McGlone added: "the combination of inflation and low interest rates is creating a strong inflationary environment." Interest rates are stuck in a neutral zone around 0.25% - 0.5%, which indicates that the rate is still far from the level of competition. between 0.10% and 0.20%.Since March, the fed has been maintaining a balanced budget, but analysts expect the Federal reserve to start looking for other sources of income. means to support the economy.Since March, the fed has been maintaining a balanced budget, but analysts expect the Federal reserve to start buying bonds again.McGlone noted that the fed will look for a way to balance the economy by increasing money supply. Since March, the Federal reserve has increased the size of its balance sheet, but still kept the size of its balance sheet at $ 550 billion.Besides, Goldman said, the fed officials are likely to start looking for other sources of income, including bitcoin. Since April, the fed officials have been discussing ways to boost economic growth using bitcoin.Gold has also been growing since mid-February, and on February 8, the asset reached a new level of $ 2,008. At the same time, the price of gold fell $ 100 short of the mark of $ 2,007, a maximum that has happened three times in the past week.Since March, gold has been growing by almost 60%. Meanwhile, bitcoin has been growing by just 15%, and this has reduced any potential selling pressure on the part of investors.According to cointelegraph contributor Michael van de Poppe:"at the moment, the relationship between bitcoin and gold is developing from a macroeconomic point of view, in terms of the exchange rate, monetary policy, fiscal policy, regulatory policy, infrastructure, etc. All this points to a potential escalation of the conflict between the authorities and those who want to preserve freedom of movement in the crypto space, and who are