It’s a story you’re not likely to hear in the mainstream media.
And, of course, you don’t need to be a reporter to understand the stakes.
It’s the latest chapter in the American economy’s collapse.
At first, it was the Fed’s stimulus package, which brought down the unemployment rate from 7.8% to 4.7% and boosted the economy by $6 trillion.
Then, the stimulus hit the economy hard, with the economy expanding only by 0.3%.
By the end of 2011, the economy was only at 2% growth.
That was enough to push the economy into a full-blown recession.
The unemployment rate jumped to 14.9% by the end (the government counted as part-time work), and the economic recovery stalled.
At the time, the Federal Reserve was doing its best to push up the unemployment rates.
But the economy fell off a cliff in the last months of 2011 and 2012, and unemployment has stayed high ever since.
In December of this year, the unemployment was just 7.3%, and the economy is just shy of a quarter of the way back from its peak.
“That’s what happens when you have a government that is not in control of the money supply, when you can’t control inflation, when interest rates go up,” says Joe Stiglitz, the Nobel laureate and former Treasury secretary.
So what did the Fed do?
The Fed has been trying to inject $85 billion a month into the economy through the TARP program, which is known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP.
As the unemployment rises, TARP gets bigger, and the money gets pumped into the market, pushing the economy back to a recession.
The Fed has also kept interest rates low to encourage banks to lend to businesses, and keep the economy from going into a downturn.
How big is the economy now?
This year, it’s been the economy that’s doing most of the talking.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U!
has been growing at an annual rate of 3.7%, and unemployment is just 2.9%.
But there are some things missing from the equation.
A lot of people aren’t aware that the U’s economy has fallen off a mountain in the first place.
To understand why, it helps to start with the statistics.
The U.s. economy is growing by an annual average of about 3.5%, and there’s no denying that.
Its economy was once a booming one, but now it’s slowing down and shrinking.
There’s not much else to say about the U economy, but it is growing.
While its economy grew, it didn’t create anything new.
It just added jobs.
Now that the economy has slowed down and shrunk, it is beginning to do that.
That’s the reality of the economy.
You don’t see it on the news anymore.
Some of the other things that are missing are the jobs, the wages, the stock market.
Even the economy as a whole is slowing down, and it’s not getting any better.
If you want to hear the real story, listen to the president, who spoke on the phone with the heads of the three largest banks, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, the day after the economy contracted.
He told them to stop whining and get serious about trying to fix the economy, and to focus on hiring, wages and the stock markets.
Why the recession happened?
It’s important to understand why the economy collapsed.
During the Great Recession, the government and central banks created trillions of dollars worth of bonds and other financial instruments to prop up the economy and cushion it from the downturn.
The Treasury, the Fed and other central banks were supposed to be lending the money to businesses and households to stimulate the economy so that it could continue to grow.
But that was never supposed to happen.
This was a plan to bail out the banks and businesses that were responsible for the economic crash, not create jobs and raise wages.
Instead, the central banks pumped billions of dollars into the financial markets in hopes that these assets would be used to buy up the worthless debt that was being created.
These central banks failed.
The money the Fed has pumped into this economy has been worthless.
Since the Fed didn’t do its job of lending money to the economy to spur growth, the banks have been unable to pay back the trillions of their debts.
Because the government hasn’t been paying them back, the debt is ballooning.
By December of 2012, the federal government owed $14.5 trillion.
The debt reached $26.2 trillion.
This debt is about the size of the entire economy.
The U. S. national debt is approaching $20 trillion.
That money has been used to