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Out of the many interesting things that have come out of the pandemic, one issue that I think is going to become increasingly relevant is how people treat the concept of money. More than a few people noticed how the Federal Reserve was able to conjure up trillions of dollars in liquidity seemingly out of thin air at a time when many were and still are agonizing over finding jobs, paying rent, and affording basic necessities.
Out of the many interesting things that have come out of the pandemic, one issue that I think is going to become increasingly relevant is how people treat the concept of money. More than a few people noticed how the Federal Reserve was able to conjure up trillions of dollars in liquidity seemingly out of thin air at a time when many were and still are agonizing over finding jobs, paying rent, and affording basic necessities.
Out of the many interesting things that have come out of the pandemic, one issue that I think is going to become increasingly relevant is how people treat the concept of money. More than a few people noticed how the Federal Reserve was able to conjure up trillions of dollars in liquidity seemingly out of thin air at a time when many were and still are agonizing over finding jobs, paying rent, and affording basic necessities.
Out of the many interesting things that have come out of the pandemic, one issue that I think is going to become increasingly relevant is how people treat the concept of money. More than a few people noticed how the Federal Reserve was able to conjure up trillions of dollars in liquidity seemingly out of thin air at a time when many were and still are agonizing over finding jobs, paying rent, and affording basic necessities.
Out of the many interesting things that have come out of the pandemic, one issue that I think is going to become increasingly relevant is how people treat the concept of money. More than a few people noticed how the Federal Reserve was able to conjure up trillions of dollars in liquidity seemingly out of thin air at a time when many were and still are agonizing over finding jobs, paying rent, and affording basic necessities.
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