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The Big Mistake of Markets for Central Banks

The Big Mistake of Markets for Central Banks

Six months ago, the world’s major central banks were preparing for a move that would reward anyone with a credit card or hoping to buy a home or run a business: A global shift to lower interest rates that would make borrowing cheaper and loans more available. Interest rate cuts are “a topic of discussion …

Currency War – The Implicit Replacement of the Petro-Dollar

Currency War – The Implicit Replacement of the Petro-Dollar

The dollar as the currency of valuation for oil silently died last week, ushering in a new era in the global monetary status quo. On June 9, the US agreement with Saudi Arabia expired – What will be the consequences. Although it did not grab the headlines of the economic press, for obvious reasons the …

The nightmare of ECB policy and the mistake of cutting interest rates

The nightmare of ECB policy and the mistake of cutting interest rates

The ECB decided to cut interest rates by 25 basis points on the same day it raised its own inflation estimates for 2024 and 2025. If anyone wants irrefutable proof of the lack of independence of central banks, this is it. The ECB has only one mandate, price stability, and it has violated it for …

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