$85 Billion in Fed Stimulus but still no inflation. What’s up?

These days we hear a lot about Federal Reserve stimulus and the hazards that come with it, not the least of which is inflation.  Well, according to recent data, it turns out that inflation is not rising and in fact is falling. With the Fed buying back $85 billion per month in mortgage backed securities and bonds, how can this be?  Today’s news segment on NPR’s Morning Edition tries to explain.  To listen CLICK HERE

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