WASHINGTON — Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Richard Fisher said Thursday that with each asset purchase, the central bank inches closer to the tipping point when it is acting "as an agent of financial recklessness."

Fisher said the Fed's policymaking Federal Open Market Committee actually "risks exacerbating" financial recklessness with its current accommodative policy of buying $85 billion a month in Treasuries and agency mortgage-backed securities purchases.

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