The Big Easing

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Source: WSJ

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Federal Reserve

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3 Responses to “Around the Globe, Central Banks Flex Muscles”

  1. patfla says:

    From the WSJ page:

    The Big Easing

    Central banks around the world are taking steps to ease monetary policy to bolster their economies and push down their currencies.

    It should read: “central banks of the world … push down their currencies and bolster their economies.”

    The ones looking to lower their currencies are the usual suspects.

  2. contrabandista13 says:

    Great post Barry…. One picture is worth about, more or less, give or take… 70 trillion dollars… The failure of conventional wisdom is that it is not willing to yield to the fact that, there is only one exit, one way out.. And that is, coordinated, gradual and incremental monetization, that is implemented at a rate that exceeds the rate of accrual. It’s the “only” way “out”…. Nationalists do not want to hear this…. Anything else would be chaos…