U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has made it clear that the central bank's problem isn't explaining the economy and what the bank plans to do about it, according to The Economist. The problem is figuring out what's going on and deciding how to respond. "The recovery has stumbled and the central bank isn't sure why," the magazine notes. There will be more quantitative easing when Bernanke decides it is essential, The Economist concludes.
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