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16 Apr, 2020 06:50

The Fed can’t print a supply chain (E1528)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the supply chains disrupted by the global pandemic. While there is no shortage in supply of either food or money, it is in the distribution where we see problems emerging. In the second half, Max interviews Steven McClurg of Exponential Capital about there being ‘no limits’ to the Fed’s money printing to fight the ‘deflationary trap.’ They also note that central banks cannot print agricultural products or supply chains, and discuss what the future holds if distribution networks are not back up and running at full capacity soon.

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