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Today's Federal Reserve Makes Volcker Look Timid

Submitted by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, Let’s look at the Fed’s (and other central banks’) magnitude of monetary manipulation in recent years and the very constrained maneuvering room they now have as a consequence. Of course, it’s questionable whether they should even be trying to maneuver the economy to the degree that they are. The current problem is a direct result of mistakes made during and after the last financial crisis.
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