The huge relation efforts of the past three years--quantitative easing (QE) combined with fiscal deficits--as indicated in Table 1 below, have done their job of not only aborting a potential depression in the world at large, but actually generating recoveries in most countries, albeit weak and hesitant.
Reflation, Economies, Inflation and Markets: An Update
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