In March 2008, Bear Stearns went out of business. Before their collapse, both the Treasury Department and the Fed insisted that the housing sector and the economy were just fine. After Bear Stearns went under, the Fed used its magic behind the curtain to push buttons and click keys. In June of that year, Treasury […]
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