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If the US Adopts Eurozone Policies, the Jobs Recovery Will Suffer

Labor and WagesTaxes and Spending

Blog6 hours ago

The best social policy is one that supports job creation and rising wages. Entitlements do not make a society more prosperous, and ultimately drive it to stagnation.

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The US Dollar Collapse Is Greatly Exaggerated

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog09/14/2020

The United States currency has only really weakened relative to the yen and the euro, but that depends on optimistic expectations of a European and Japanese economic recovery.

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Bankruptcies Rise Despite Trillions in New Liquidity

Booms and BustsInflationFinancial Markets

Blog09/07/2020

Liquidity only disguises risk; it does not resolve solvency issues driven by collapsing cash flows while costs remain elevated.

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Massive Stimulus Won't Prevent a Eurozone Slowdown

Booms and BustsCronyism and CorporatismMoney and Banks

Blog08/28/2020

Europe's path to long-term stagnation should serve as a reminder for the United States, again, of why it is not advisable to follow the eurozone policies. The results are invariably disastrous.

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Mexico’s Unexpected Fiscal Sanity

Global EconomyTaxes and Spending

Blog08/24/2020

President López Obrador of Mexico has surprisingly been a voice of fiscal sanity, refusing to embrace the sorts of enormous stimulus packages that are now so popular worldwide.

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The Global Jobless Recovery

Global EconomyLabor and Wages

Blog08/22/2020

So far, the United States is leading Europe in employment improvement, but the full recovery is extremely far away.

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Why the US Economy Is Stronger Than the Eurozone's

U.S. Economy

Blog08/06/2020

Debt and recession in the United States are big problems. But in both cases, metrics show a better situation in the US than in the eurozone.

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Trump's Spending Is Delaying a Recovery. Biden Would Be Even Worse.

Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog07/31/2020

Debt matters, even if interest rates are low. Increasing debt and spending means lower growth and weaker real wages in the future.

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