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Why it's hard to give good advice to the Fed

(October 13, 2016 10:46 PM, by Scott Sumner) This Washington Post story (by Ylan Mui) from a couple months back makes me kind of sad: During the long recovery from the Great Recession, the central bank kept its benchmark interest rate at virtually zero and pumped trillions of... (0 COMMENTS)
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