In 2008, the Federal Reserve began combatting the Great Recession with a system of buying back mortgage-backed securities – known as quantitative easing.
In 2008, the Federal Reserve began combatting the Great Recession with a system of buying back mortgage-backed securities – known as quantitative easing. Andrew Harnik Associated Press file
In 2008, the Federal Reserve began combatting the Great Recession with a system of buying back mortgage-backed securities – known as quantitative easing. Andrew Harnik Associated Press file

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Why we’re still arguing over whether QE worked

August 19, 2016 9:00 AM

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