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In this episode, we talk about Quantitative Easing in Washington’s “Capitol Hill Baby-sitting Co-op.” Then we talk about Quantitative Easing by the Federal Reserve.

Yes, it may sound a bit boring and technical. But we reckon that QE has had far more devastating socio-political consequences than most people realise.

Finally, we talk about the Fed unwinding its balance sheet. And our hope that it will be as boring as “watching paint dry”.

PS: sorry for the long hiatus. We kept having to re-record this episode due to our test audience getting very confused. We hope we’ve (finally) managed to fix that.
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Rolling Alpha posts opinions on finance, economics, and sometimes things that are only loosely related. Follow me on Twitter @RollingAlpha, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rollingalpha. Also, check out the RA podcast on iTunes: The Story of Money.