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Money and BanksMoney and Banking
People have a natural preference for having good things now instead of having them later. This is a problem for advocates of negative interest rates.
Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
Americans are saving very little money for emergencies. Unfortunately, central banks have been encouraging the same thing worldwide.
Money and BanksMoney and BankingValue and Exchange
As another step toward greater use of negative interest rates, the abolition of cash will only lead to the destruction of wealth.
Money and BanksPolitical Theory
Rather than focus too much on lamenting politics and the state, we should be heartened by how far we've come — and go forward confidently.
Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMonetary Theory
Economists Stephen Cohen and Bradford DeLong are spouting an unfortunate amount of enthusiasm for Alexander Hamilton's corporatist economics.
An adoption of digital currencies by central banks could bring the next generation of central bankers more power than their predecessors imagined.
The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
Frightened by an unstable economy and low returns, savers are saving even more and frustrating the plans of central bankers.
The US Dept. of Justice wants to extract billions in fines from Deutsche Bank. German taxpayers may then be on the hook for the inevitable bailout.
Money and BanksGold StandardMoney and Banking
It is no secret that secret Swiss bank accounts are not so secret anymore, as political elites worldwide wage an all-out war against financial privacy.
Money and BanksBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking
Central banks have been on a bond-buying spree. This is good for governments deep in debt. But it is a risky and dangerous policy for the rest of us.