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quantitative easing

Bernanke Announces QE3

September 13, 2012

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced that the Fed will purchase more than $40 billion a month of mortgage-backed securities, or in other words to embark on a third round of targeted quantitative easing as a way to help the stalling economy.  The markets rallied, Wall Street was smiling, and in no way was this [...]

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Fed Pumping Scorned by China, Russia

November 8, 2010

Remember last week when the Federal Reserve agreed to pump $600-900 billion in another “quantitative easing” (QE2) strategy to stimulate the economy?  Well, China and Russia are not happy about it, and Obama doesn’t seem to care!  Obama might look good with a lyre.  Yes/no? Why is this important?  Russia and China are two nations [...]

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“Quantitative Easing” Inflation Fuse was Lit Yesterday

November 4, 2010

With all the highs and lows of the last few days, a news story which seemed to have been buried by all but a few news outlets was the Federal Reserve’s decision to buy $600 billion in government bonds, with the room to buy up to $900 billion if needed.  This “quantitative easing” is an [...]

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