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The ECB Continues to Incentivize Reckless Behavior

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog06/08/2019

Monetary policy has gone from being a tool to support fiscal reforms to an excuse for not implementing them.

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Two Years After Trump's Exit from the Paris Agreement, It's Proven To Be a Farce

The EnvironmentGlobal EconomyInterventionism

Blog06/05/2019

Environmental activists admit that the Paris Agreement wasn't a "solution" to climate change, they should actually be thanking Trump for abandoning it.

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In Africa, Poverty Grows Because of the Elites' Anti-Capitalism

Global Economy

Blog06/05/2019

Both ideological anti-capitalism and economic factors contribute to the way Africa lags the rest of the world in the conquest of poverty.

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Want More Investment and Entrepreneurship? Protect Private Property

The EntrepreneurGlobal Economy

Blog06/03/2019

Africa has plenty of hard workers and plenty of natural resources. But private property is not secure there, which means few are willing to invest their capital there.

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Will China Reverse Its Trade Surplus with the United States?

Global EconomyProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog05/30/2019

Even if Trump and Xi both desire to reduce America's trade deficit with China, it's unlikely it will shrink in the short term.

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The Risk of Trump's Trade War Is More Than Just Higher Prices

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog05/28/2019

It is the lethal combination of tariffs and the end of the expansionary phase of the credit cycle which should concern us.

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Anti-Establishment Populists Gain Again In Euro Elections

Global EconomyWorld History

Blog05/28/2019

"Green" parties gained too, and unfortunately, the big winners share an important similarity: they all advocate for more government interventionism in one way or another.

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Is the Sinking Italian Economy Just the Tip of the Iceberg?

Global Economy

Blog05/24/2019

Italian politicians are thinking "full speed ahead" when it comes to debt and devaluing the currency. And it's becoming harder for the EU to contain the possible fallout.

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Why Turkey's Debt Crisis is a Bigger Risk to the Eurozone than the PIGS

Booms and BustsFinancial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog05/21/2019

Unlike Greece, Italy or other seriously debt-laden economies, it’s not just government borrowing that’s the main risk to Turkey.

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The EU Is "the Embodiment of Bureaucratic Hubris"

Global Economy

The EU retreated from the ideas of free trade, free markets, and competition and turned its attention, resources and intentions towards developing a bureaucratic, regulatory, planning economy approach.

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