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The Fed's favorite measure of inflation continues to fall: QE is here to stay

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The economy is about to enter a phase of deflation, which means the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing rate of buying $85 billion in Treasuries each month isn’t ending anytime soon. The quantitative easing has helped boost U.S. stocks to all-time highs, but the unemployment rate is still well above  the Fed’s 6.5 percent target.