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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Dingy digits

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Let me suggest that the Fed isn't trapped. Instead consider that the Fed has been liberated. Liberated from any stigma attached to monetizing government deficits, or fostering breakneck monetary growth among other things. What was the ultimate central bank vice has now morphed into a universal virtue on the political stage.

If the 'markets' will cooperate is another story. If too much debt goes bad in places the Fed can't rescue it and then what is the timeline?  A year or ten or fifty?  

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