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Feeling Repressed?

Do you feel repressed? No? Well, maybe you should.

Please let me explain. If you live in a nation that has a central bank (and who doesn’t?) then you are probably subjected to some form of financial repression.  1,426 more words

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Japan - Why Negative Interest Rates?

A number of countries have implemented a negative interest rate policy (NIRP).  Why?


Generally Central Banks try to stimulate their country’s economy by lowering interest rates.  112 more words

Publications

Cheap Oil Isn't Good After All

By Juanita Cardona

It can be hard to believe that reduced oil prices don’t mean the economy is doing well, on the contrary it can signify that the global economy is in trouble. 289 more words

Articles

Has Keynesian Economics Finally Jumped the Shark?

If everyone has a cross to bear in life, mine is the perplexing durability of Keynesian economics.

I thought the idea was dead when Keynesians incorrectly said you couldn’t have simultaneously rising inflation and unemployment like we saw in the 1970s. 1,273 more words

Economics

Rebirth of “Elvis of the East”

Fog Catcher brings a biopic movie on pop legend Alamgir featuring Fawad Khan

Pakistan has given us many music legends and one such person is the living pop legend Alamgir also known as Elvis of the East, one of the most versatile singers who took the music industry by storm in 70’s and 80’s. 538 more words

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What’s the 11th item on your bucket list? – Source: Kick It

Warning: OOT

When I was sixteen, I did remember writing down things I want to do up until I was around seventy-four, which was the time I assume I will die, but I had forgotten what I specifically wrote then.

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European Central Bank Says It Will Add Stimulus in March -- U.S. stocks rose Thursday

Shares across Asia fall sharply on further concerns about China’s economy


Mario Draghi, President, European Central Bank

By  Riva Gold and Dan Strumpf
The Wall Street Journal… 591 more words