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04/28/2016 - 1:15pm By: Max Keiser

In today's communist-style, centrally planned world, when big central bankers meet and make decisions, no matter how small, markets quake and currencies shake. And that's what just happened.Bankers at both the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan met in the last 12 hours to decide where they would take monetary policy next. But when they sat down to make decisions, they were faced with a classic prisoner's dilemma: Options were precluded. There was a lot they wanted to do but little they could do...


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