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Main Street Sucker Punched on the Housing "Recovery" -- Fed Left No Way Out

``Mainstream economists give the Fed credit for stimulating this "recovery." But, in fact the Fed has created a Catch 22 with no way out. The only thing the Fed has stimulated is house price inflation while destroying interest income on savings for millions of ordinary Americans, especially former middle class retirees. ''
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