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When Doves Cry: Debates Rage About QE2’s Finale

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Thu, 7 Apr 2011

QE2—short for the Fed’s second round of quantitative easing ($600 billion of US Treasury purchases)—is likely to end on schedule in June of this year. At the same time, the likelihood of QE3 is very low, which is a good thing in our opinion. There are myriad debates raging today on the subject … ab

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