The Federal Reserve

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Doreen Finkle

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The Federal Reserve, the United States central bank, has “printed” more than $2 trillion since the global economic crisis began in 2008. This has more than tripled the size of its balance sheet. Before this spree of paper money creation began, the Fed held $950 billion in assets; now it holds nearly $3 trillion. Why did they do this and what impact has it had on you, the general public? It is probable they did this to prevent a Depression but we will never know. The issue is hyperinflation.  Consumer Price Inflation; Inflation in Stocks and Bonds; Commodity Price Inflation: 

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