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Central Bank's 'reverse Robin Hood' - Illegal ? (Q E) - Telegraph

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I suppose it is a no s%%t Shylock comment from Warner, but nice to see it getting an airing in the Telegraph today anyway. Perhaps the biggest theft of QE was to put a floor under house prices in 2009, not allow price discovery and thereby facilitate affordable housing for everybody.

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What an awful article.

Starts with the premis QE has has little or no impact then spends the rest of the piece listing all the impacts which the Torygraph, as the voice of the City rentier, don't like.


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