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Inflation in Pakistan: Follow the Money

Central BanksGlobal EconomyInflation

11/08/2022Mises Media
Pakistan, like so many other countries, is seeing inflation close to spiraling out of control. As for finding causes, monetary authorities should look in the mirror.
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It's Time to Abandon America's Fetish for "Unconditional Surrender"

StrategyWar and Foreign Policy

10/29/2022Mises Media
War dissenters are branded "Putinists" by the foreign policy elites who casually flirt with nuclear war. But preferring negotiations to World War III hardly makes one a Putin sympathizer.
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Inflation, High Inflation, Hyperinflation

Central BanksInflationU.S. Economy

10/19/2022Mises Media
Hyperinflation? Yes, it can happen here, and the more officials deny hyperinflation is possible, the more they create the conditions that causes it.
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It's All about the Benjamins: Why the Dollar Determines US Policies

Central BanksThe FedInflationMoney and BanksWar and Foreign Policy

10/11/2022Mises Media
The US dollar is not the world's "reserve" currency because of responsibility on behalf of the monetary authorities. Instead, the dollar's "strength" wages from the USA's self-appointed role as the world's protector.
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In Latest Recession Signal, Money-Supply Growth Plummeted to a Three-Year Low in August

The Fed

10/05/2022Mises Media
The money supply is on a long and fast downward trajectory. This points toward recession and is just one more indicator of economic weakness in addition to negative GDP and an inverted yield curve.
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Insatiable Government

Big GovernmentBooms and BustsInterventionism

09/15/2022Mises Daily Articles
The radicals are for anything that tends directly or indirectly to get the government into business, for that leads to state ownership of the means of production.
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Inflation in the USA: Where Do We Stand Today?

The FedInflation

09/10/2022Mises Media
Biden has declared that the USA has "zero inflation" at present. Austrian economists say, "Not so fast."
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Is a Recession Simply a Decline in GDP? What Does That Mean?

Booms and BustsEconomic PolicyThe FedInflationU.S. Economy

08/28/2022Mises Media
The "official" definition of a recession is a two-consecutive-quarter decline in GDP, but there are problems with GDP measurement in the first place.
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Inflation Makes People Poorer (And It's the Government's Fault)

The FedInflation

08/22/2022Mises Media
When inflation hits, we see higher overall prices for everyone. But inflation hits lower-income people the hardest, and they bear the brunt of this tax.
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If Mauritius Is a Tax H(e)aven, Other African Countries Must Be Tax Hells

Free MarketsPovertySocialismTaxes and Spending

08/22/2022Mises Media
The New York Times recently interviewed economist Herman Daly, who insists that economic growth is ecologically destructive. There is much more to the story.
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