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Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
When interest rates increase in the future, busts and losses for banks will follow.
Money and BanksWar and Foreign PolicyMoney and Banking
Europe must identify ways to limit their dependence on the US financial system – or else indeed be reduced to de facto-vassal status to DC.
Booms and BustsMoney and Banks
We're in a boom period, but housing construction is scant — which is making housing less affordable.
Money and BanksMoney and Banking
Money is not neutral, and changes in the money supply set into motion a variety of unpredictable movements.
Contrary to what the Keynesians will say, a stronger yen could be good for Japan.
Argentina's president Mauricio Macri has been as bad as, if not worse than, his left-wing populist predecessor on the inflation front.
Thanks to the defeat of the more fiscally responsible member states, the EU has become a de facto transfer union.
Money and BanksMoney and BankingMoney Supply
In this interview, Joseph Salerno discusses how he and Murray Rothbard developed a better measure of the money supply.
Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Mises advocated free banking because he thought it would restrain fractional reserve banking, which he viewed as the cause of unsustainable booms.
As far as the currency exchange rate determination is concerned, the essential variable is the relative changes in the purchasing power of various monies.