Quantitative Easing 3?

QE worked miracles by injecting massive liquidity into the economy in ’08 and ’09, and staved off a depression. While smaller, QE2 boosted equity prices and weakened the $US which boosted exports, raised commodity prices and headline inflation. If we get QE3, which is likely to be less successful than QE2, it’s because inflation’s receding, the stock market’s falling and Congress is MIA

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