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Quantitative Easing: How the Rest of the World Reacts

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Mon, 28 Mar 2011

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke of his interest in resuming Quantitative Easing in a speech in Jackson Hole, Wyoming August 27, and got the endorsement of the concept – dubbed QE2 – by his colleagues on November 3. The decision was made to implement net new purchases of $600 billion in U.S. Treasur

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