Money supply

Brad Delong write “Central Banking in Practice

So, today the monetary base in the North Atlantic economies is 7% higher than it was yesterday–an annualized growth rate¬† of 2100% per year

This is indeed a significant liquidity event…

I.e. central banks increased the money supply, presumably some gears needed lubricating.  It makes the mind boggle.

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