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The Fed Looks Increasingly Concerned About Liquidity and Growth — Even If it Says Otherwise

11/02/2019Power & Market

The Fed has cut its key target interest rate, and has cut interest paid on reserves, all while injecting more liquidity into banks. This is not a confident Fed.

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Toronto Drops Rent Control — So Builders Build More Housing

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog10/26/2019

Thanks to a loosening of rent controls in Toronto, finding a place to live will become easier for a lot of people. 

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The Bogus "Consensus" Argument on Climate Change

The Environment

Blog10/23/2019

From the beginning, the “97% consensus” claim about climate change has been dubious, with supporters claiming that it represented much more than it really did.

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The Economic Consequences of Cheap Money

Booms and BustsFree MarketsBusiness CyclesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

10/19/2019Mises Daily Articles
One of the characteristic features of this age is the general attack launched by all governments and pressure groups against the rights of creditors.
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The Pre-Marriage Blood Test In America Is Now Gone

10/17/2019Power & Market

This year, Montana became the last state to completely abolish Progressive-Era blood tests as a requirement for a marriage license.

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The Ghosts of Failed Banks Have Returned

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog10/12/2019

A new banking crisis is not only in the making, for which the repo problem serves as an early warning, but it could escalate quite rapidly.

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The Conservative Attack on Market Freedom

Blog10/10/2019

Many conservatives seem to believe that America has been taken over by hard-core libertarians, with the result being a dystopian plutocracy. The answer, they tell us, lies in high taxes and more government power.  They're wrong about both the diagnosis and the cure.

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The Return of Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe

Money and BanksInterventionismPrivate Property

Blog10/09/2019

As Zimbabwe's economy worsens, its government now insists residents start using easily-inflated local currency again. This is sowing the seed of another devastating episode of hyperinflation.

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