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FEB 24, 2013 - Zero Hedge

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Can Endless Quantitative Easing Ever End?

Authored by (and originally posted at) Detlev Schlichter.com, Bubble trouble: Is there an end to endless quantitative easing? The publication, earlier this week, of the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee minutes of January 29-30 seemed to have a similar effect on equity markets as a call from room service to a Las Vegas hotel suite, informing the partying high-rollers that the hotel might be running out of Cristal Champagne.  Around the world, stocks sold off, and so did gold. Here is the sentence that caused such consternation: “However, many participants also ... Read More

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