When Gutenberg introduced the printing press to Europe, he never could have imagined this.
Like so many revolutionary inventions, it's proven a doubled-edged sword.
The U.S. Fed has begun winding down its latest QE program (for now), and the baton's already been passed to Japan with its own massive easing campaign.
But lack of inflation and concerns about outright deflation are again gripping Europe.
So the latest "noise" from the IMF and European Central Bank (ECB) is signaling that Europe is about to crank up its own printing press.