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C Dean Baker
Los Angeles Times
London Banker (hat tip Richard Smith). An official welcome back to London Banker!
Bloomberg. This illustrates the design flaw of QE2: the Fed would have done better to set yield rather than quantity targets, and buy however much or little it took to hit those levels, since the aim of the exercise is presumably to achieve specific outcomes, rather than throw money at the markets and hope you get the desired outcome.
Gretchen Morgenson, New York Times. An example of servicer abuses, but in a commercial real estate deal.
A bonus antidote from Don B:
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