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International Monetary Fed

10 May 2010 By Rolfe Winkler

In reopening swap lines to other central banks, the Fed has made another openended commitment to grease the wheels of banking, particularly in Europe. Containing debt contagion is worthy, but such interventions have downsides including potential inflation and moral hazard.

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