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Boris Grozev Dec 12
Brilliant research piece from the Central Bank of Lithuania. Shows how a regulator can chose to embrace change and lead.
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Irish Tenants Party Dec 10
The chief architect of the Resurrection of the Celtic Tiger as a Vulture, continues its agenda of pumping white heat into the current Housing Racket. By regularly blitzing the Fourth Real Estate media with 'statistics' to inflate demand/prices/rents/mortgages profit
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Cantillon Consulting Dec 13
That moment when you're called to the bridge from your cosy bunk to be told the ship has hit an iceberg. & regulators had zero understanding of the firms they're supposed to oversee heading into the and are equally clueless now. Never mind. next
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Tuomas Malinen 22h
Another great view on the panic of What every analyst should be asking is, why? We have no , yet, abe we are not facing any extra-ordinary events, like wars or natural disasters. Central bankers are running scared to keep their 'Ponzi' going.
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Tuomas Malinen 21h
Yep, and many fin journalists and economist probably consider this to be ok, and start predicting the "recovery of 2020", etc. Why so few seem to notice the utter absurdity of ever-increasing bailouts by ? The system is broken.
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QCryptoGirl Dec 11
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Dutch Crypto Companion ☣️ Dec 12
I hear: bitcoin is a fact, a done deal (as a store of value), but the stablecoins we have to defeat (that’s the major threat to the system)
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Vierny Partners SA Dec 13
Alain on and the outsized role of in it.
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Cameron Mitchell Dec 12
T-Bills Purchased by the Bank of Japan
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Dec 11
...also be lots of interest on how much emphasis she places on (i) the importance of the policy transition (away from excessive reliance on and in favor of a more comprehensive pro-growth approach). and (ii) restoring greater unity in the bank's governing council.
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Geopolitics & Empire 24h
Is A Just Around The Corner? Are Cutting At The Fastest Rate Since The
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Smart Industry News Dec 11
The report from the US Department of Labor showed underlying inflation firming last month. It came as Fed officials were due to conclude a two-day policy meeting. The U.S. central bank is expected to keep rates on hold.
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MacroTourist Dec 8
net purchases / sales by ; you can clearly see the moment they started having second thoughts about the state of the fiat system
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