In minutes from the committee’s most recent meeting in March, several members indicate concern over the current state and stability of the financial system.
No. It’s a vicious cycle.
The net result of the open-ended QE will be higher prices across the board.
And Ben Bernanke can’t bail it out.
Quantitative easing doesn’t really work anyways.
Fed chairman defends central bank’s response to financial crisis in annual speech
We expect that the meeting included a discussion of possible easing options
Central bank chief says ‘households seem exceptionally cautious’
An asset-purchase program could firm up the slight fall in Treasury prices if it confirms market expectations
Perpetual ‘stimulation’ of the welfare state only stimulates additional government dependence.
Turns out it was a much-needed defense of stable money.
It’s the ones you love that you hurt the most. The unfortunate objects of Obama’s affection are America’s poor.
QE3 Unlikely - TheDC
Fed’s hands are tied, say economists; market turmoil is here to stay