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Stocks Dip After Fed—Should Bernanke Have Done More?

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Stocks Dip After Fed—Should Bernanke Have Done More?

Equities in the U.S. and Asia fell in tandem after the Fed failed to offer new monetary stimulus. While the outcome was largely expected, observers say the central bank could have been more explicit about future policy.

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the key difference between 2012 and 2008/09 is that central banks simple have fewer bullets in their proverbial "gun" to direct at this thing. rates are already essentially zero; liquidity is beyond ample. we are at the point of diminishing marginal returns for additional easing measures. unfortunately, deleveraging cycles are long and painful processes. at some point time becomes the only cure. expectations should be adjusted accordingly.

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