Two weeks ago in Boston, Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the US Federal Reserve, gave a speech which analysts saw as the clearest indicator yet that policymakers in the US would do whatever it took to maintain the economy’s momentum.
In short, it pointed to another round of what is labelled quantitative easing, as the Fed pumps more liquidity into the financial system.
But an element of his speech which hasn’t received the...
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