I would just echo that. Many countries experimented with similar quantitative easing programs after the 2008 recession. Canada had a milder recession, so we didn't have to do that. None of those countries were left with a legacy of inflation, so while the premise of the question is right, that asset values are protected.... We're trying to do that, in fact, to retain some business confidence, but also to suppress interest rates. Remember, the government is borrowing hundreds of billions of dollars to finance this rescue effort. I think it's quite good that they're borrowing at a 0.5% interest rate as opposed to 2%. So the extent that—
On June 18th, 2020. See this statement in context.