Fed's Stimulus Has Been A Disappointment, Economists Say

04/24/2011 09:21 am ET | Updated Jun 24, 2011

But most Americans are not feeling the difference, in part because those benefits have been surprisingly small. The latest estimates from economists, in fact, suggest that the pace of recovery from the global financial crisis has flagged since November, when the Fed started buying $600 billion in Treasury securities to push private dollars into investments that create jobs.


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