Recently I heard from Richard Koo's video, that central banks have injected so much money to the banking system. There is enough reserves in the U.S. banking system to increase money supply 16 times. In other words, according to Richard Koo, the inflation should have been around 1600% over the last 10 years. However, as per the inflation reported by the federal reserve, it is still under 2%.
I understand that the asset prices have gone up in the last 10 years in terms of stock prices and housing prices. But why is inflation still low?