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Doubling down

13 September 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S. central bank announced a new mortgage bond purchase program of $40 bln per month, extended indefinitely, and lengthened its zero-rate outlook to mid 2015. This will help gold and stock prices. But the benefit of Bernankeism on the real economy still looks elusive.

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