The End Of Free Money At The Federal Reserve

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The End Of Free Money At The Federal Reserve
The End Of Free Money At The Federal Reserve
The U.S. is entering a new economic era. It began with an interest rate tightening cycle coming out of the Federal Reserve, with decisions that have reshaped personal finance in America. Some savings accounts can now return meaningful interest for the first time in years. It has also led to a Wall Street reshuffling, and a wave of corporate bankruptcies as some bad bets turn sour. With these free money years coming to a close, we examine how the Fed’s decision-making has affected the economy.

00:00 — Introduction
01:20 — Jobs, wealth and inequality
03:55 — Zero interest rates
06:02 — Wall Street
08:02 — Risk-taking
09:40 — Unconventional policies

Producer: Carlos Waters
Editor: Nora Rappaport
Graphics: Alex Wood, Andrea Schmitz
Supervising Producer: Lindsey Jacobson
Additional Camera: Jeff Morganteen, Bradley Howard
Additional Footage: European Central Bank, Getty Images
Additional Sources: Bain and Company, Bank for International Settlements, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Capital One, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Mercatus Center at George Mason University, National Bureau of Economic Research, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, University of Pennsylvania

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