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Artemis Komodia 5h
You forgot "and money they counterfeited"....AKA
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Tug Apr 23
1 of 2 "While promising to put more money into the National Health Service (NHS), May answered that “there isn’t a magic money tree that we can shake that suddenly provides for everything that people want.”
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Trading Justice Apr 12
Coaches and explain why they believe quantitative easing at the top of the market is just the dumbest thing ever. 🎙Listen to the entire Podcast Episode 316:
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Gurmeet Chadha Jan 8
This is for experts seeking a stimulus 1. Total PSU bank Recapitalization by Govt-2.1 lac crore 2. Farm loan waivers includin UP, Karnataka & Punjab :2 lac crore 3. OMOs -1.36 lakh crore (expected 2 lac cr) India is just doing a (QE) of a different kind.
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Joumanna Bercetche Apr 17
Nasdaq hits new intraday all-time high!
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Maho Kono Nov 17
Not sure if there's stats to back all of this up, but I know far too many young people who are in this exact situation. Some college educated.
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Jake Ryan Apr 23
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Post Click Media Sep 15
Global debt is now 3 times global GDP, if higher interest rates (creating a debt-strengthened dollar) force single B companies into an untenable position, we have already used up all our bullets - things could get worse than 2008
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OCCUPY WISDOM Oct 4
Replying to @OccupyWisdom
1/ , the global effort to print currency from thin air and purchase assets, bonds and other , is UNPRECEDENTED - and therefore unpredictable. This was a unidirectional experiment designed to suppress and yields so that flowed from
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Tom Barfield Dec 13
That's it! announces end to mass bond-buying after 2.6 trillion euros
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Rick Rieder Aug 1
My colleague, Russ Brownback, and I argue that as we depart the era of , in which rising tides lifted all boats, the component of total return now becomes ever more vital to investor prospects.
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The Making Cents Podcast Aug 4
gives his view on and it’s effectiveness at helping everyday people 🔊🔊 is seen by many as a tool that has helped the rich get richer by increasing asset prices, hear more on 🏦💷📉📇
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Carla Keegans 14 Apr 18
Absolutely agree. £445B in has increased structural . Use QE for investment in public services, infrastructure and I'd also say etc. that can prove their social benefit & could scale-up.
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MI2Thoughts Apr 9
Replying to @stlouisfed
Thoughts from the Divide has been published! Don’t miss this week’s newsletter discussing quantitative tightening and auto sales:
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Devinder Sharma 16 Nov 17
Look, how economics helps fat cows to stay fat. In US, $32 trillion is pumped as , basically stuffing cheaper money into the pockets of top 1%. But no money for removing poverty. All it requires is $240 billion to remove global poverty four times over.
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Tom Barfield Dec 12
This article full of the usual German bloviating about the 's asset purchase programme does not contain a single mention of the word "inflation" or any synonyms
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Romesh Vaitilingam Jan 21
can provide a powerful stimulus to the macroeconomy; it avoided a large decline in output & inflation during 2009; but it has strong side-effects on inequality, analysis
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John Doge Oct 26
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Michael Atkins Feb 14
The thing with looting of public funds, excessive borrowing or printing money (quaintly called ) is that we are STEALING from the next generation.
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MstarAdviserUK 9 Mar 18
Founder and CIO of Troy Asset Management, Sebastian Lyon joins the line up. Sebastian will discuss the prospect of the end of and it's implications for the economy. Sign up and have your chance to debate this topic with him. .
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