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Ex-Minister of Finance on The Effects of Quantitative Easing

We were very lucky to interview a Dutch ex-Minister of Finance. Unfortunately, his identity will not be disclosed, but we can assure you that his insight is extremely valuable. 747 more words

Qe

David Hollanders on Pension Funds

An interview with David Hollanders: Dutch economist and professor at the University of Amsterdam and Tilburg.  Dr. Hollanders has published multiple papers with a special focus on the functioning on pension funds and the graying of the economy. 458 more words

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Can inflation in Singapore still be tackled by the exchange rate policy?

As some you would have already known, Singapore’s central bank, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has long been sticking to the use of the exchange rate policy as the… 868 more words

Macroeconomics

Clearing away the fog--Paul Craig Roberts on geopolitics and the American economy

Here is another great interview of Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan administration. I think even the interviewer, Greg Hunter had some scales removed from his eyes. 23 more words

Geo-politics

2012 - Electricity bills increased 90% in 6 years (then wages were frozen)

According to the government there is low inflation. Well that is not my experience. In one year my electricity bill doubled and my rent nearly doubled, at the same time my wages were frozen. 55 more words

Inflation