Nomura's Koo Takes On Krugman Over Quantitative Easing, Says Price Has Yet To Be PaidMark Melin
Are markets in a “calm before the storm?” Is there a price yet to be paid for quantitative easing? Such are the questions that Nomura Chief Economist Richard Koo tackles in a March 1 report that lays the foundation for a potential market gyrations to come and counters comments made by economist Paul Krugman on the topic.
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