The demand for loans among consumers and business owners is rising. And that could lead to a flood of new money into the economy. But the Fed is (rightly) afraid of where this might lead.
Business CyclesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought
Legal SystemU.S. History
How old should a monument be to avoid Establishment Clause challenges? Not that old, given the Supreme Court invented the "wall of separation" argument in only 1947.
Booms and BustsBusiness Cycles
The world now has the impossible choice of permanently reduced productivity and slower economic growth — or the mass bankruptcy of a significant percentage of the economy.
Money and Banks
While many attempt to look to "de-regulation" or tax cuts to explain economic cycles, it makes more sense to zero-in on the role of central banks.
Financial MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary Theory
European central bankers hate the few rules that restrain the eurozone's profligate spenders. But those rules are what keeps a currently dangerous system from spinning totally out of control.