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Against Quantitative Easing by the European Central Bank

According to Jerry H. Tempelman, CFA, a more permanent solution to the European sovereign debt crisis will have to come not from the ECB but from the governments and citizens of its constituent countries.

Take 15: Wall Street Revalued

Andrew Smithers discusses why the U.S. equity market is currently overvalued and argues that central banks should be encouraging a reduction in debt levels and quality growth over time, rather than rapid growth now.



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