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Daniel Lacalle
“Financial repression” is the term used to identify a period of low interest rates and constant liquidity injections. It negatively impacts savers with the questionable objective of forcing citizens to stop saving and increase consumption and investment.
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dfinney Jul 22
And leave you nowhere else to put it but in the stock market. What could go wrong?
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Maralyn Burstein Jul 22
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It's disgusting....!
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Bhav.Patel Jul 22
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Its just plane old
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Maralyn Burstein Jul 22
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A most excellent terminology..! One wonders what the balance sheets for the large companies perfumed into the appearance of robust health by this action-actually IS....
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Dave Jul 22
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So how is that going to be considered an accomplishment when zero percent interest rates coincide with zeroed out risk asset prices? Only those that cash out of the bubbles that got in earlier might be spared in the end, but who knows there as well.
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Chewy Jul 22
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It describes the current state of affairs perfectly
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Joshua Jul 22
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Wow. As someone who holds a BA in Economics and knows the basics of negative rates, this is a work of art.
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Pop Top Bob Jul 22
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Bubble fuel
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JPS Randhawa. Jul 22
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100% Right
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Tom Powell Jul 23
Good definition...in practice the beneficiaries are mostly (solely?) the banks
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