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Money Printer Go Brrr

By CoinGecko | Updated on Mar 24, 2020
A meme made to describe the US Federal Reserve resorting to unlimited quantitative easing or money printing to support the crashing traditional financial market. This was conducted as the entire global economy is heading towards a recession due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic outbreak. "Brrrr" is also used to describe this around the internet in a shorter form.

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