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The Mises Week in Review: October 10, 2015

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10/10/2015Mises Wire
International trade grasped headlines with Monday’s announcement that twelve governments have agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. While we should expect to see this celebrated in the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal , it is unfortunate even libertarian organizations are praising...
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The Mises Week in Review: October 3, 2015

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10/03/2015Mises Wire
Whether its drug prices, crushing debt, or unemployment, government can always come up with someone else to blame. Fortunately though, in spite of the lackluster economy the Fed and the government seem committed to giving us, there's hope for a much better future.
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The Mises Week in Review: September 26, 2015

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09/26/2015Mises Wire
The Pope is touring North America this week, promoting a variety of interventionist “solutions” to global warming, poverty, and more. But a far more powerful religious figure, Janet Yellen, continues to pull the levers of the global financial system.
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The Mises Week in Review: September 19, 2015

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09/19/2015Mises Wire
In spite of past assurances to the contrary, our central planners at the Federal Reserve emerged this week to announce that their zero-interest-rate policy will continue. Is the world coming to realize that the emperors have no clothes?
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The Mises Week in Review: September 11, 2015

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09/12/2015Mises Wire
Whether it’s the aftermath of the Greek crisis or the ongoing migrant and refugee crisis, the nation-states of Europe, and the EU government, have plenty to worry about. Meanwhile, the world braces for next week's Fed meeting.
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The Mises Week in Review: September 5, 2015

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09/05/2015Mises Wire
It was another volatile week for stocks, Canada slipped into recession, and we’re left wondering if central banks will let interest rates rise in the face of a weakened global economy.
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The Eurozone Has Failed Both Politically and Economically

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08/13/2015Mises Wire
The European Monetary Union has failed to bring economic stability, and it has also increased nationalistic tensions among member nations. Some taxpayers, such as German taxpayers, view themselves as working to subsidize foreigners. Meanwhile, central banks continue to distort the economy.
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