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Brendan Brown

Brendan Brown is the Head of Economic Research at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International. He is also an associated scholar of the Mises Institute, and author of Euro Crash: How Asset Price Inflation Destroys the Wealth of Nations and The Global Curse of the Federal Reserve: Manifesto for a Second Monetarist Revolution.

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How Beijing and the West Work Together to Manipulate the Global Currency War

Mises DailyNovember 3, 2015
Historically, reserve currencies have arisen without the help of the IMF, but we’re now witnessing a situation in which the IMF may declare the Chinese yuan a “reserve currency” as part of a larger game by global elites to manipulate global exchange rates...

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Asset-Price Inflation Enters Its Dangerous Late Phase

Mises DailyAugust 12, 2015
Asset-price inflation is being ignored as pundits focus on consumer goods. But if we look at asset prices, the carry trade, and commodities, we have reason to believe that the current boom is entering a stage similar to what we saw in 2007.

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Japan’s Easy-Money Experiment and the Future

Mises DailyJune 3, 2015
Japan finally joined the US and the EU in their grand 2-percent-inflation-forever experiment in 2005. Many Japanese politicians have benefited from this. Meanwhile, nothing has been done in Japan to actually help the economy defend itself against the next economic disaster.

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Ben Bernanke’s Latest Defense of the Fed’s Failures

Mises DailyApril 13, 2015
At his new blog, Ben Bernanke is coming up with new excuses as to why the current recovery is so weak and why mega-low interest rates — and thus a lack of options for middle-income savers seeking interest income — aren't his fault...

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Sub-Zero Interest Rates as an Endless Daylight Saving Time

Mises DailyMarch 11, 2015
Milton Friedman once compared monetary stimulus to daylight saving time. But while daylight saving has an ending date, current monetary stimulus has no end in sight, and we’re just moving the clock ahead repeatedly without ever moving it back...

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