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Reality check

16 September 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

The 0.4 pct August increase in U.S. consumer prices puts the rate up 3.8 pct in the last year and reveals real interest rates to be heavily negative. A 10 pct rise in M2 also shows just how loose money is. The FOMC’s job of squaring it all just got tougher.

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