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Fed Actions Remove Interest Income From Economy

By Patrick   2012 Dec 25, 8:30am   545 views   0 comments   watch (0)   quote      

http://www.businessinsider.com/fed-actions-offset-wage-and-salary-gain-2012-12

Every time the Fed announces another round of QE we hear the "know-nothings" in the media, on Wall Street and in the mainstream economics community tell us that we're getting more stimulus. And when the Fed does nothing, they scream about how we need more stimulus. Well, be careful what you wish for! For as the chart below clearly shows, the Fed actions have removed an enormous amount of interest income from the economy. In fact, it has removed over $100 bln more in interest income than the total net gain in private wages and salaries since it began undertaking...

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