By Jeremy Wagner |
September 1, 2013
When the U.S. Federal Reserve embarked upon the policy of asset purchases (known as “Quantitative Easing”) in the wake of the 2008 credit freeze, the goal was to stimulate the economy by keeping longer term interest rates low.
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