Blackrock boss Larry Fink defends QE2

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Larry Fink, the chief executive of Blackrock, the worlds largest money manager, tells the FT’s Henny Sender that the US economy is improving but still has a long road toward recovery and warns about the remaining possibility of a double dip. He holds concerns about the politicizing of the Federal Reserve, as well as worrying that European debt crisis could get much worse.

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Source: Henny Sender, Financial Times, November 26, 2010.

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