Tag Archives: Central Bank

Mexico’s Milton Friedman

United States media does a very poor job of measuring up to even nominal standards of international reportage, case in point in this weeks state visit by the Indian prime minister Modi, clearly an emerging advantage for U.S. policy given … Continue reading

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Draghi: Hits a Nerve

The collapse of velocity (public spending) throughout the entire European monetary union isn’t something any Central Bank can fix.  This is a structural problem best resolved by politico’s.  Having the Central Bank assume responsibility for political problems that are intrinsically … Continue reading

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China: Currency Wars & Liberalization

China is best studied geographically as an island cut off from the world, its geography constitutes a political, social challenge as Beijing begins its own tapering in hope of liberalizing central banking to the effect of moving its domestic economy … Continue reading

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Korean Wisdom: Central Bank & Strong Won

Central Banks throughout the world are devaluing to adjust the intrinsic demands that come with current account payments.  With capital outflows hemorrhaging most Central Banks have used various legal instruments to contain unsustainable hemorrhaging. Except for Seoul, South Korea. Why … Continue reading

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Why There’s NO Inflation

Ok, let’s set the record straight:  you need two things for inflation.  You need to print money and you need monetary velocity (people spending). Question:  why is there no inflation? The answer just isn’t a lack of velocity.  The real … Continue reading

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