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Money and BanksMoney and BankingValue and Exchange
Money is simple. The political program of monetary "policy" is not.
Bureaucracy and RegulationMonetary PolicyMoney and BanksProtectionism and Free Trade
The US government's push for digital money does not aim to make transactions easier. Rather, it seeks the power to control money and the people that use it.
Money and BanksU.S. Economy
We're still living with the consequences of the massive monetary inflation by Trump and Biden. Prices are stubbornly high, and falling real wages are driving Americans to say things are getting worse.
Money and BanksU.S. History
A shift from full-time-driven employment to part-time-driven employment is usually an indicator of a coming recession. That shift happened in January's jobs numbers.
The FOMC's publicly stated predictions of its own future behavior are essentially useless as accurate predictors of future events. This has been illustrated over and over.
CapitalismCentral BanksEconomic PolicyMoney and Banks
For nearly three decades, the Japanese economy has slowly imploded under low interest rates and heavy government debt. It may soon be time to pay the piper.
Money and BanksU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy
By itself, the end of the petrodollar won't destroy the dollar. But it will continue a trend that weakens both the dollar and the US regime's power.
The FedMoney and BanksGold StandardMonetary Theory
Monetary authorities have come up with numerous clever ways of measuring money. However, they are unable even to define money, much less measure it.
Money and Banks
There is an undeniable negative trend in European employment and wages that is a direct consequence of constantly increasing intervention in the economy.
A recession looks more likely every day, and the latest sign of this is slowing price growth in producer prices. After all, price inflation usually slows as the economy weakens and consumers run out of easy money.