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A History of the Fed's Political Power

The Fed

08/30/2017The Austrian
Conti-Brown has, with considerable scholarship, exposed many grave problems with the Fed in a way that strengthens and supports the anti-Fed case.

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Are Central Banks Nationalising the Economy?

Massive monetization of debt is just a way of perpetuating and strengthening the crowding-out effect of the public sector over the private sector.

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A Look at Uncertainty in the UK, Post-Election

Capital and Interest Theory

It's becoming increasingly clear the Bank of England is sticking to an uncomfortably aggressive quantitative easing program.

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Atlanta Fed Cuts Q1 GDP Forecast

Once again the Atlanta Fed's GDPNow forecasting model has been cut, reflecting a sharp challenge to the Fed's "healthy economy" narrative.

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Are Central Banks Worthy of Trust?

Mark Carney seeks to defend the trustworthiness of the banking industry. He misses the systematic problem of central banking.

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Asset-Price Inflation Heating Up with Nothing to Show For It

U.S. Economy

Obama is the first president since Hoover to not have a single year of over 3% GDP growth.

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