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What the US money printing-spree means for NZ

Today's move by the US Federal Reserve to buy $US600 billion in government bonds over the next nine months – quantitative, easing, or printing money, to simplify the matter – should have some positive spin-offs for the New Zealand economy, eco

Rob Hosking
Thu, 04 Nov 2010

Today’s move by the US Federal Reserve to buy $US600 billion in government bonds over the next nine months – quantitative, easing, or printing money, to simplify the matter – should have some positive spin-offs for the New Zealand economy, economists say.

The response to the announcement this

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Rob Hosking
Thu, 04 Nov 2010
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