The Beginnings of Normalcy

Carlstrom, Charles T.; Lindner, John
March 2010
Economic Trends (07482922);Mar2010, p4
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The article reports on the changes in the U.S. Federal Reserve System as stated by its chairman Ben Bernanke. It mentions that among the changes happening in the organization include its exit from among its emergency liquidity programs and the increase in its primary credit rate. It affirms that Bernanke regard such changes as the beginning of normalization in the Federal Reserve's lending facilities.


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