US 'Quantitative Easing' Is Fracturing the Global Economy
AbstractThe Federal Reserve's quantitative easing is presented as injecting $600 billion into "the economy." But instead of getting banks lending to Americans again—households and firms—the money is going abroad, through arbitrage interest-rate speculation, currency speculation, and capital flight. No wonder foreign economies are protesting, as their currencies are being pushed up.
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Exchange Rates; Asset-price Inflation; Monetary Policy;
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