PRLog - Aug. 16, 2010 - BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- With economic activity slowing, the Federal Reserve announced last week that it intends to add another round of financial stimulation to the economy, hopefully avoiding the possibility of a double-dip economic recession.
The injection of monetary policy in the market means the Federal Reserve will be printing more money to inflate the economy. Each economic inflation means more dollars are chasing fewer goods and rises the opportunity for inflation.
The Federal Reserve announcement last week caused another round of buying gold for investment as investors remain worried that the Federal Reserve’s printing of money and inflation of the economy is not taking effect.
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