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happyshoppers
Robert Hughes

Consumer Attitudes Remain Buoyant

Consumer attitudes were generally upbeat in May, supported by a strong labor market, but escalating trade wars and higher tariffs are having a significant negative impact.

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petersoneditorial
Jeffrey Tucker

Why Jordan Peterson Teared Up During His Budapest Lecture

This night he became a preacher of goodness, of civility, of moral strength in the face of struggle. The poetry of it all, and the promise that goodness and decency can prevail, was manifest in the crowds and the city right here, this night, in Budapest. It combined to inspire him to find the fullness of his voice.

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vaultofbank
Gerald P. Dwyer

Narrow Banks, Very Narrow Banks, and the Federal Reserve

A bank charter has been granted to The Narrow Bank in Connecticut. But the idea of narrow banking is not new.

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variousmonies
Nicolas Cachanosky

Inflation Targeting in Argentina: What Went Wrong?

To reduce inflation and keep the Argentine peso stable going forward, the Macri administration adopted an inflation-targeting regime. But, just 26 months after its implementation in September 2016, the inflation-targeting regime had failed. What went wrong?

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