Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement stage a protest march near Wall Street in New York on October 12, 2011. The Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programme, instituted after the 2008 financial crisis, increased income inequality. Photo: AFP
Stephen Roach
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The View by Stephen Roach

The Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing report card is mixed – except for the rich

Stephen Roach says as the 10th anniversary of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programme approaches, five lessons can be learned from its successes and shortcomings

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Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement stage a protest march near Wall Street in New York on October 12, 2011. The Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programme, instituted after the 2008 financial crisis, increased income inequality. Photo: AFP
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