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No, the Fed Doesn't Have a Plan. Yes, It Really is Monetizing Government Debt

And Fed critics have argued since 2008 that "normal" monetary policy would never return, that QE would never be unwound, and that artificially low (or even negative) interest rates were here to stay. In other words, that the Fed and its 300 Ivy League economists don't know what to do other than kick the can down the road another few months while hoping for a miraculous economic recovery.
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