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« Analyzing the Effect of QE II | Main | Weighing the Week Ahead: Big News and Low Volume = High Volatility »

June 22, 2011

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cbeleo

Perhaps he knows that the economy is in a much worse shape than just a transient softer patch, and that without further monetory stimulous (QEIII), we are certain to enter depression. It's catch 22 for him. Unless the market falls another 20% or so rapidly, and deflation is the mood of the day, he can't justify bloating the fed balance sheet further. So he may want to deliver an accurate but docile message, such that the market gets off the fed induced octane and faces reality. Perhaps I'm too cynical...

inthewoods

I'm curious - why hasn't QEII hit us yet? How will we know if and when it does?

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