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Alexander W. Salter
When considering why central bankers do what they do, we often focus on their intentions or motivations. Instead, we should look for patterns of behavior that have adaptive value within the context central banking.
Monetary policy has changed significantly in the last decade. How should the Fed move forward?
Chinese traction in the small but hypersensitive banknote market indicates that it is succeeding in earning global credibility. But most sizable nations continue to rely on their own state print works.
Consumer Confidence rose for the fourth month in a row to 137.9, the highest level since September 2000 and just 6.8 points below the all-time record.
Donald J. Boudreaux
The say that you have in the market is always real and effective.
If you were to take Teen Vogue’s word for it, you would think that capitalism is “exploitative and leads to a brutally divided society that tramples the working classes in favor of fattening the rich’s wallets.”
The argument that politics is controlled by some of the wealthy and run for their benefit is largely correct, but the conclusion should be that we should restrict their opportunity to do this by limiting politics and government, not that we should expand them.
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