By Andy Duncan Economics14 November 10 Something for the weekend: Quantitative Easing Explained In these times of American inflation, European collapse, and UK stagnation, I thought this might provide some much-required light relief (a little slightly risqué language): TagsBen BernankeInsightQuantitative Easing Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Andy Duncan Andy Duncan provides independent educational consultancy services to the UK's financial services industry. Latest Posts By Andy Duncan John Embry: ‘everyone should look at Zero Hedge’ Dr. Paul Craig Roberts on gold and gangster capitalism New Laissez Faire Books release: Early Speculative Bubbles Previous articleJesús Huerta de Soto: Socialism, Economic Calculation and Entrepreneurship Next articleCameron’s misguided warning to China You may also like 92 Percent of Trump’s China Tariff Proceeds Has Gone to Bail Out Angry Farmers The Fed and asset bubbles The Fed and ECB: Average inflation targeting for two 2 Comments ray fortin says: 18 November 10 at 14:47 Terrific. Ben and TurboTax won’t like it, but won’t hear it either. What happens when inflation is impossible to ignore early next year? I suspect a very delayed reaction to “allow the economy to recover first”. Pingback: More monetary policy advice from XtraNormal » The Cobden Centre Comments are closed.