During September 2019, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 3.10 percent. That's up from August's rate of 1.85 percent, and was down from September 2018's rate of 4.38 percent.
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Money and Banks
Economic growth comes from the accumulation of real wealth — which is necessary to produce more goods and services.
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Market prices reveal critical information about sellers, buyers, and market demand. But government interference in markets substitutes a fake version of reality that leads to impoverishment.
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Neither loose monetary policy, nor big-spending fiscal policy can grow an economy. All that these policies can do is to redistribute a given pool of real savings from wealth generators toward non-wealth generating activities.
Mises Institute Fellow Matthew McCaffrey's recent paper on self-regulation in the video game industry is now available as a case study from the Harvard Business Review.
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