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(Video) Are the Efforts of the World Central Banks Working?

By Alexandra Lienhard
Thu, 15 Mar 2012 14:00:00 ET
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The Fed is not the world's only central bank dealing with debt. Watch as Steve Hochberg, EWI's chief market analyst, shows what has happened to GDP in countries around the world as other central banks try to "inject liquidity" into the system.


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