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Merrill Lynch Getting All Nervous About Fed Printing Money

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http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/06/15...iquidity-redux/

Merrill Lynch poses the following question in an economic report out last Friday:

Too much money printing?

Pray tell, what is fuelling this sudden bout of concern on the QE front?

Well, it seems the analysts are somewhat worried not only about last week’s sudden rise in short-term Treasury yields but also the general mismatch between asset prices and recovery perceptions. As they explain (our emphasis):

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http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/06/15...iquidity-redux/

Merrill Lynch poses the following question in an economic report out last Friday:

Too much money printing?

Pray tell, what is fuelling this sudden bout of concern on the QE front?

Well, it seems the analysts are somewhat worried not only about last week’s sudden rise in short-term Treasury yields but also the general mismatch between asset prices and recovery perceptions. As they explain (our emphasis):

a bit too late to be raising concerns ?

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I thought we had QE because of the banks and now the banks are getting nervous?

The ******* got to keep their companies, their bonuses, their corporate jets and got gifted another set of gambling chips. What more could they want, they certainly don't want all that lot devalued by hyperinflation.

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