Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke departed the world stage last week, but not before making a final decisive intervention. The central banker, credited with rescuing markets worldwide with copious amounts of quantitative easing dating back to 2009, pulled the punch bowl a little further away from the party by reducing the Fed's bond purchases by $10 billion for the second time in two months.
The move to take more dollars out of the world economy was not...
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