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Bernanke Ducks Blame As Food Prices Shoot Higher

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Thu, 24 Mar 2011

As rising food prices gain prominence in media headlines worldwide, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke now finds himself deflecting accusations that the Fed’s $600 billion “QE2″ Treasury buying program is the main culprit of global food price inflation. In his February 18, 2011, speech to govern

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