QE Fails Again——It Has Roiled European Bond Markets, But Stimulated No Real Sector Lending

The simple narrative about QE is drawn from what is believed a simple process. The central bank buys bonds and by doing so it is simply assumed to be an “extra” bid on bond prices; therefore interest rates fall in whatever issue is being targeted by QE. Even in the US, QE has had trouble...
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