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Europe considers quantitative easing

by Dan Bobkoff Jan 21, 2015
Move by European Central Bank could boost moribund eurozone economy.

Why inflation is a central banker's goal

by David Weinberg Oct 31, 2014
A moderate rate of inflation is evidence of a growing economy
By The Numbers

The numbers for October 29, 2014

by Tony Wagner Oct 29, 2014
Hurricane Sandy was a "secret disaster" for the Red Cross. Let's do the numbers.

What the end of Quantitative Easing will and won't mean

by Tracey Samuelson Oct 28, 2014
The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee is meeting today and tomorrow and many are expecting it to announce an end to the bond-buying program of the past six years. What has been the effect of quantitative easing? And…
By The Numbers

The numbers for October 28, 2014

by Tony Wagner Oct 28, 2014
Quantitative easing has gone on much longer than expected, but it'll end soon.
Indie Economics

What if the Fed just gave households money to help

by David Brancaccio Sep 12, 2014
It's like cash from a helicopter, but some don't think it'll work.

Bernanke's taper -- that wasn't

by Kai Ryssdal Sep 18, 2013
Economists had expected the Fed to scale back its bond-buying program. Economists were wrong.

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So what's Quantitative Easing anyway?

by David Weinberg Sep 18, 2013
About 75 percent of Americans couldn't identify the bond buying program from a multiple choice list. So it's not too late to ask: Quantitative Easing entails the FED buying bonds to keep interest rates down and encourage lending.

Federal Reserve stimulus: Preview and post-view

by David Brancaccio Jul 17, 2013
Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke made his semi-annual testimony on Capitol Hill today. He told lawmakers that Fed tapering of economic stimulus is not "pre-ordained."

The Fed is still in the game, and stocks are reacting

by Mark Garrison Jul 11, 2013
Susan Schmidt, head of equities at Mesirow Financial, discusses the key takeaways of the latest notes from the Federal Reserve.