One More Q.E. Program Maybe?

Yesterday Nov. 12, 2015 while business journalists again breathlessly anticipated talk from the U.S. Federal reserve, a note at the bottom of my television kept saying that the calming of Europe’s inflation signalled a need for continued low interest rates.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

One More Q.E. Program Maybe?

October 21, 2014; am.

Today, October 21, 2014, after dwelling on Brendan Brown’s notion, “Q.E infinity”, in his 2014 book EURO CRASH How Asset Price Inflation Destroys the Wealth of Nations I might assume that Mr. Bernanke who according to Brown appears to have contrived “Q.E. infinity” to keep rates low was keeping his “cards close to his chest”on June 19, 2013 knowing that rates could not be permanently affected by recent investor actions in the bond market because he had stifled the so called natural impulses of the market and its “invisible hand” with his “Q.E infinity”.

And with North American interest rates having again fallen precipitously with stock markets in America and Europe nervously gyrating, and some business commentators rumouring the unexpected apprehensiveness of some Federal Reserve governors about ending the Reserve’s bond purchases this October, there are whisperings of a Q.E. # 4.

And at about 2:00 pm. with stock markets reversing last weeks plunge with vigorous upward rises, one U.S. commentator said that present stock improvements could be attributed to rumours that Europe may be about to begin its own version of Q. E. (Quantitative Easing/money manufacturing) program.

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