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Bernanke defends Fed's 'easy money' policies

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Bernanke defends Fed's 'easy money' policies

They have driven the size of the Fed's asset holdings above $3 trillion and raised fears that by inflating the money supply, the Fed is raising the risk of future runaway inflation. There are also worries that by keeping interest rates at ultra-low
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