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A focused study group for the discussion of economics and economic policy.
27201 Members
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© 2020 Relevant Protocols Inc.
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"The powerful monetary response to COVID-19 has revealed that debt and deficits matter less than most of us had been led to believe."
"The powerful monetary response to COVID-19 has revealed that debt and deficits matter less than most of us had been led to believe."
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"With asset prices so frothy, it is understandable that central banks would be wary of beginning to taper monthly bond purchases before it is clear that inflation has taken off. But they would do well to recognize that prolonging _...Read More_
"With asset prices so frothy, it is understandable that central banks would be wary of beginning to taper monthly bond purchases before it is clear that inflation has taken off. But they would do well to recognize that prolonging _...Read More_
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"US President Richard Nixon’s 1971 decision to end the US dollar’s convertibility into gold had such far-reaching consequences that it took policymakers decades to learn to manage the new system. Now, digital technologies are driving a new _...Read More_
"US President Richard Nixon’s 1971 decision to end the US dollar’s convertibility into gold had such far-reaching consequences that it took policymakers decades to learn to manage the new system. Now, digital technologies are driving a new _...Read More_
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"Vaccine apartheid has built a giant variant factory that threatens us all — and it's caused by private ownership of pharmaceutical production and the indifference of Western governments. We need a movement demanding an end to it."
"Vaccine apartheid has built a giant variant factory that threatens us all — and it's caused by private ownership of pharmaceutical production and the indifference of Western governments. We need a movement demanding an end to it."
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"Report after report is reaching the same conclusion: exporters, including many in the red wall, will be suffering for a long time"
"Report after report is reaching the same conclusion: exporters, including many in the red wall, will be suffering for a long time"
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"For many UK workers, insecurity is not a new problem, but one that the pandemic has both exposed and deepened. The weakness of employment rights and the imbalance of power between workers and bosses has gone unaddressed for too long. _...Read More_
"For many UK workers, insecurity is not a new problem, but one that the pandemic has both exposed and deepened. The weakness of employment rights and the imbalance of power between workers and bosses has gone unaddressed for too long. _...Read More_
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"US Fed gently signalled it would be prepared to reconsider current monetary policy should risks to recovery emerge."
"US Fed gently signalled it would be prepared to reconsider current monetary policy should risks to recovery emerge."
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"Since 2008 – and more so during the pandemic – central bank money has been showered, via private bankers, on the ultra-rich, while everyone else suffers stagnation and austerity. The time for change is now, and the way to do it is by _...Read More_
"Since 2008 – and more so during the pandemic – central bank money has been showered, via private bankers, on the ultra-rich, while everyone else suffers stagnation and austerity. The time for change is now, and the way to do it is by _...Read More_
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>"The severity of the new rules could kill many companies and block the exits of investors."
>"The severity of the new rules could kill many companies and block the exits of investors."
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"Fueled by vaccinations and government aid, the U.S. economy grew at a solid 6.5% annual rate last quarter in another sign that the nation has achieved a sustained recovery from the pandemic recession."
"Fueled by vaccinations and government aid, the U.S. economy grew at a solid 6.5% annual rate last quarter in another sign that the nation has achieved a sustained recovery from the pandemic recession."
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>"Blistering youth unemployment, mounting government debt, corruption and COVID are spurring unrest in Tunisia."
>"Blistering youth unemployment, mounting government debt, corruption and COVID are spurring unrest in Tunisia."
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"Canada News Media provides the latest news from Canada! Read the Why The Entire Economy Will Be Run By Digital Giants - Forbes and find out a lot of new information with us. More information on the site!"
"Canada News Media provides the latest news from Canada! Read the Why The Entire Economy Will Be Run By Digital Giants - Forbes and find out a lot of new information with us. More information on the site!"
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"The World Bank has warned in a new report that Myanmar faces severe economic losses and a doubling of poverty as a result of the combined impact of the coup and COVID-19, with the military regime unable to govern effectively."
"The World Bank has warned in a new report that Myanmar faces severe economic losses and a doubling of poverty as a result of the combined impact of the coup and COVID-19, with the military regime unable to govern effectively."
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"Central banks should know by now that you cannot have negative interest rates with low bond yields and strong growth. One or the other. Central banks have chosen low bond yields at any cost, despite all the evidence of stagnation ahead. _...Read More_
"Central banks should know by now that you cannot have negative interest rates with low bond yields and strong growth. One or the other. Central banks have chosen low bond yields at any cost, despite all the evidence of stagnation ahead. _...Read More_
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Brexit and Covid-induced pay boom won’t last long while employers hold all the the cards.
Brexit and Covid-induced pay boom won’t last long while employers hold all the the cards.