From Deutsche Bank’s Torsten Slok, a look at the real money-printing culprit over the last decade: China.
Of course, China has grown a lot faster than the US, Europe, and Japan over the last decade, but when you figure that China has basically been engaged in a form of non-stop monetary easing via the artificial suppression of the yuan, it makes sense that the PBoC has had to print wildly to alow China to accumulate gobs of foreign currency.
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