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The price is wrong

7 January 2013 By Edward Hadas

The U.S. central bank says it’s concerned about the economic costs of money-printing. That probably means inflation. They should worry more. Extraordinary policies have distorted asset prices. After providing misinformation for four years, markets risk becoming irrelevant.

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