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$586 Billion In Five Business Days: Fed’s Balance Sheet Balloons To $5.25 Trillion

Unlimited Fed buying versus a deadly, highly contagious respiratory infection. Pick a winner.

Unlimited Fed buying versus a deadly, highly contagious respiratory infection. Pick a winner.
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5 comments on “$586 Billion In Five Business Days: Fed’s Balance Sheet Balloons To $5.25 Trillion

  1. Covid-19 might move more slowly than the Fed buys stuff, or maybe not. But the virus will make no announcements regarding its timing of symptoms appearance in people, its pathway through the country, or its means of morphing into the next strain.

  2. And here’s the truly scary thing: It’s not enough.

  3. Mr. Oxygen

    This will be interesting. Reflating the bubble without a pressure regulator, and a duct tape and bailing wire back-flow valve. Oil is still up in the air or sustained, and a re-balance on tap. The only consistency to be found is within a irrationality of the president. We could have gone to school on the virus before it went to school on us; advantage blown like DC and 2 trillion dollars.

    Mercy!

    • Mr. Oxygen

      Oh and a Record setting 5.0 earthquake in frac central Orla Permian Basin Tx where they flare without care in the nascent armpit on the range.

  4. FYI: Japan & deflation

    ] Overall, Japan’s stimulus packages added up to over one hundred trillion yen, and yet they failed. According to these economic schools, that stimulus money actually perpetuated the problem it was intended to cure.

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