Former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker on Friday repeated his skepticism about the benefits of the Fed’s latest QE, citing concern about long-term inflation. “It’s hard to have a big impact on the short-term interest rate that is already zero, and on the bond-market … two things are working in opposite ways on the interest rate,” he said, referring to concerns about long-term inflationary pressure. – Reuters
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