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Back in the Fall, some market observers argued against the Fed lowering interest rates and bailing out the bad behavior of speculators and investors who overleveraged with cheap debt and bid up prices on various assets, including commercial real estate, to unsustainable levels. Well, it turned out bad behavior was so rampant and destructive spurred by licentious lending by the major financial institutions, the Fed couldn’t help itself and has lowered rates beyond what might have been expected just a few months ago.

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