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Rajan 2.0

More from AV Rajwade

In the last article, I had referred to the fact that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) targeting approach has led to double-digit interest rates for the business sector, given that the Wholesale Price Index is a better index of inflation in that sector. 710 more words

CENTRAL BANKS

Sound Money UK: How Money is Created through UK Private Banks

Essentially Economic Cycles depend upon the Bankers Moods, and the Bankers have painted themselves into a corner without any real “escape.”

Maybe Trump wasn’t so incorrect when he said… 816 more words

Corruption

Professor Rajan’s misguidance, Part-I

A teacher, or, a Professor is supposed to be a friend, philosopher and guide. But if you ask me, I’m not at all inclined to be a student of Prof. 760 more words

Central Banks

Texas Begins Construction On Its State Gold Depository


Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
May 25, 2016

You’ll recall last year I blogged about the fact that the state of Texas had passed a law creating its own gold depository. 371 more words

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How to Maximize Economic Potential

From Acting Man, by MN Gordon

Scratching the Surface

Problems, as people commonly perceive them, require solutions. Broken shoelaces must get fixed.  Regrettably, in today’s democracy this means the candidate who offers the most fixes – in the form of goodies – to the most people wins the election. 1,103 more words

Economy

Precious Metals Listens To Fed Minutes – For Now

May 23, 2016

Last week, the Fed released the minutes from their April meeting and they pointed to a rate increase this summer. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha, I explain why there is some downside room for gold, silver and platinum particularly if the dollar holds recent gains at the end of May. 58 more words

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Central Banks Hacked, But What Aren't They Saying?

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
May 21, 2016

Many readers sent various versions of the first article here, which formes the backdrop for the… 287 more words

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