2011/07/19/1347/link

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A significant item touched on in the article:

Since 2008, excess reserves parked at the Fed have grown by nearly 1.7 trillion dollars. Just check out the chart posted below....

If we have $1.7T sitting in the Fed because nobody is using it, remind me again why we have to raise the debt ceiling?


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