Fed’s growth-buying scheme

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    The numbers are in. And they are ugly...

    Based on preliminary first-quarter data, U.S. GDP (gross domestic product) growth is 0.1%.

    That's not much.

    But then again what do you expect for $3.4 trillion dollars of Federal Reserve spending to boost the economy?

    So the question is, how is it possible that we've got nonexistent economic growth, or worse, negative growth and possibly another recession looming, when the Federal Reserve since September 2008 has spent $3.4 trillion to prime the economic pump?

    This could push the whole economy past the brink... Full Story

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