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June 18, 2019
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Chloe Anagnos

Americans Aren’t Paying Their Credit Card Debt. What Could Go Wrong?

While those who put their hands on this money first, such as Wall Street junkies, do make a profit, everyone else loses in the long run as the government’s policy of expanding the money supply and artificially inflating the prices of resources, as a result, devalues the currency.

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Robert Hughes

Multifamily Construction Leads the Housing Market

Single-family housing activity continues to weaken with little evidence to suggest significant gains in the near future, but multifamily housing activity remains robust.

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J.P. Koning

Cryptocurrencies, Meet the Financial Action Task Force

Cryptocurrencies are a different sort of financial technology from bank deposits, yet they are being shoehorned into the same category for regulatory purposes.

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Bruce Yandle

Uncertainty Index on the Rise

The Trump administration has imposed a rule that two existing regulations must be removed for every new regulation imposed on the economy. Unfortunately, the two-for-one rule does not apply to the trade policies consuming much of the administration’s attention.

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Richard M. Ebeling

Debt, Deficits and the Cost of Free Lunches

Any defense of or desire for fiscal restraint and less government spending and borrowing are entirely out the window.

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