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Deflation at the Fed

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Looks more like

a Graph of the interest rate. lol

Do your best have no expectations

Wouldn't it technically be inflation?

In 1987, one foot of Fed Chief cost $13600 per year. Now a foot of Fed Chief has gone up to $40000 a year.

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you'd think

that with all the money these people are stealing they would be able to afford a better tailor...

I guesss we know who the next fed chair will be....

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Vertically challenged

No wonder the vertically challenged Fedsters desire inflation.

In spite of stature all Fed Chairmen increased currency supply.

The average has been 7.4% year over year.

It's a 99 year old vice, not likely to be abandoned.

Free includes debt-free!

Idiots one & all! Snakes are more cunning & measured by length!

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'A Northern Ireland pensioner and his son claim to have discovered evidence which proves the existence of a mythical giant anaconda living in the Amazonian jungle.'

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Looks like it made to the DP

Looks like it made to the DP before hitting Zerohedge.

Two shorten the road.

I think they

already have.

Toushe!

I wonder if the size of the Fed Chair can be directly correlated to the increase in money supply.

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