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The easing way out

2 December 2008

The Federal Reserve looks to be taking a page from the Bank of Japan s book and using money supply growth, rather than interest rate targeting alone, to spur the US economy. With rate cuts proving ineffectual, it may have little choice. Dwight Cass explains.

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