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Is Quantitative Easing Distorting Asset Prices?

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Fri, 9 Nov 2012

Over the past four years investors have become accustomed to one constant in the equity markets—when the Federal Reserve acts, stocks move, at least for a little while. Stocks soared through the summer months in anticipation of another round of liquidity from both the Federal Reserve and the Europe

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