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Brendan Brown

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Brendan Brown is a founding partner of Macro Hedge Advisors (www.macrohedgeadvisors.com) and senior fellow at Hudson Institute. As an international monetary and financial economist, consultant, and author, his roles have included Head of Economic Research at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Mises Institute. He is the author of Europe’s Century of Crises under Dollar Hegemony: A Dialogue on the Global Tyranny of Unsound Money with Philippe Simonnot. His other books include The Case Against 2 Per Cent Inflation (Palgrave, 2018) and he is publisher of “Monetary Scenarios,” 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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ECB’s Long Journey into Currency Collapse Just Got a Lot Shorter

07/23/2022Power & Market

The launch of the ECB's new bond-buying scheme won't save the euro. In fact, it will drain, rather than bolster, confidence in European money.

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Even When There Is Inflation, the Fed STILL Fights Falling Prices

Big GovernmentCentral BanksThe FedPovertyU.S. Economy

06/17/2022Mises Media
Forget the notion that the Fed "fights inflation." In fact, the Fed exists to promote inflation.
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Even When There Is Inflation, the Fed STILL Fights Falling Prices

The FedInflation

Blog06/13/2022

Forget the notion that the Fed "fights inflation." In fact, the Fed exists to promote inflation.

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Why the Yen Fell While the Dollar Rallied

Money and Banks

05/05/2022Mises Media
Will Japan ever change course on its negative interest rates? Only if voters begin to realize that the lack of inflation to date in Japan is simply good luck.
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Why the Yen Fell While the Dollar Rallied

Blog04/28/2022

Will Japan ever change course on its negative interest rates? Only if voters begin to realize that the lack of inflation to date in Japan is simply good luck.

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