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Trading Secrets: The Fed’s Coming Rendezvous with Reality

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Fri, 19 Apr 2013

The Fed is printing $85 billion in reserves each month. And while the Fed excels at money creation, it actually has very limited control as to how all this money gets spent. Yet, the bluntness of the tool has done nothing to deter monetary officialdom from decreeing that the QE will continue until

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