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Re: Wow!

May 9th, 2022, 8:28 pm

sorry, I can't resist commenting here... should we really be surprised?
It's really meaningless, though. If the M2/M3 haven't been doing their job in providing liquidity, then the FED intervenes by pumping M0. M2 has a total supply of 18T while M0 has 7T. There is 11T that the FED can pump without changing the real supply. That is if banks decided to stop loaning people money.
Not sure I get your point, (albeit late) would you care to elaborate?