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Nick Anderson is one of many none too impressed by the Fed. Currently the Fed's quantitative easing and looser monetary policy is, according to some, risking inflation, but already there's internal Fed debate about how quickly to re-tighten the strings. Clearly, Anderson would be in favor of keeping things loose a little longer.

 

 
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