Sounds weird given the Fed’s policies over the last decades, but read on. (Only in America.) Zachary Roth writes on Yahoo News:
As a metaphor for our troubled economic and financial era — and the government’s stumbling response — this one’s hard to beat. You can’t stimulate the economy via the money supply, after all, if you can’t print the money correctly.
Because of a problem with the presses, the federal government has shut down production of its flashy new $100 bills, and has quarantined more than 1 billion of them — more than 10 percent of all existing U.S. cash — in a vault in Fort Worth, Texas, reports CNBC.
“There is something drastically wrong here,” one source told CNBC. “The frustration level is off the charts.”
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