Here’s one we’re putting on our must see list. Reuters MacroScope blog writes,
“Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve” is a slick, thoughtful and alternately infuriating-and-funny documentary that premiered in New York’s Florence Gould Hall last night. It gives the U.S. central bank a pretty thorough lashing, especially Alan Greenspan. The former Fed Chairman is strung up like a piñata and smacked around as the culmination of long-misguided U.S. monetary policy that, crisis after crisis, lacks the creativity and courage to remove the proverbial punch bowl when the time is right.
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