What's the best way to explain quantitative easing? Quantitative easing, to refresh your memory, is the Federal Reserve's strategy to increase money supply by buying securities assets. It's already a pretty incomprehensible subject, so why not have those ubiquitous, monotone, talking bears dissect its nature in a semi-humorous music video--set to, of course, blaring techno and accompanied by geeky virtual camerawork? "They announced another round of quantitative easing," declares one bear. "What does it mean?" replies the other. Cue the music:
[H/T: Bess Levin at Dealbreaker]
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