No Calamity the Feds Can’t Make Worse

 

Maria Bonaventura

Mar. 08, 2020

 

As coronavirus fears sent the stock market tumbling, our editor anticipated the feds’ next move: more funny money. The only problem is… Viruses are indifferent to Federal Reserve policies. And the way the markets reacted as they closed out the week, they finally may be too. Time to panic? Not if you heed our editor’s advice

Regards,

Maria Bonaventura
Managing Editor, Bill Bonner’s Diary


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