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Monetary policy | Globe Editorial

A global chorus of kvetchers

November 15, 2010

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The leading nations who have criticized the American Federal Reserve for allegedly attempting to weaken the dollar to promote exports -- China, Germany, and Brazil -- are out of line. The Fed's decision to purchase $600 million in Treasury bonds is a legitimate attempt to spur growth in the United States -- which will help all the nations of the world. (Full article: 355 words)

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