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Making Sense of Low Interest Rates and Quantitative Easing

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Wed, 15 Dec 2010

Quantitative easing round two.  That’s the name given to the Federal Reserve Bank’s most recent effort to hold down long-term interest rates, stimulate economic growth, and cause investors to buy other assets such as stocks and corporate bonds.  In early November, the Federal Reserve announced its

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