Analysis: Effectiveness of QE remains uncertain

With more than $800 billion spent buying bonds as a part of its third round of quantitative easing, the Federal Reserve has had uneven success in achieving its stated goals of reducing long-term rates to improve lending, housing and employment. "Data are quite mixed on whether we've seen an expansion of lending," said Catherine Mann of Brandeis University.

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