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Interview with OECD's William White on the Negative Side Effects of Ultra-Easy Money

The negative side effects of easy money are starting to grow and, at this point, central banks are doing more harm than good, said the former Chief Economist at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). In a recent phone interview with Financial Sense, William White...
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