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Business Standard India
Stocks gain as Fed seen pulling off hikeamong developed bond markets in the past two years as the Federal Reserve raise
Stocks gain as Fed seen pulling off hike
Business Standard India / Posted an hour ago
among developed bond markets in the past two years as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, while other major central banks ease monetary policy. Greece's bonds advanced, pushing the 10-year yield below seven per cent for the first... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia not that different to Germany, and not safe from negative yields either, says T. RoweChina, "that could send the deleveraging through your market," he said. "There
Australia not that different to Germany, and not safe from negative yields either, says T. Rowe
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
China, "that could send the deleveraging through your market," he said. "There's a very dangerous game going on between central banks, markets and the real economy. There should be a symbiotic relationship where economics drive central banks... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Volumeless Short Squeeze Lifts Stocks Green For 2016, Oil Nears $50not be bothered like the last hike "wink wink". A complete and utter farce! T
Volumeless Short Squeeze Lifts Stocks Green For 2016, Oil Nears $50
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
not be bothered like the last hike "wink wink". A complete and utter farce! This shitshow is all CTA, Corp. buybacks, and central banks. Ah, the Holy Trinity you forgot accounting fraud Plus mergers & acquisitions Markets get the profits, you... Read more
2h
Salt Lake City Weekly
The Infamous Rothschildsyou'd expect from a key player in the international Jewish conspiracy. As to t
The Infamous Rothschilds
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 2 hours ago
you'd expect from a key player in the international Jewish conspiracy. As to the notion of the Rothschilds owning the central banks, the Anti-Defamation League points out that this Jewish-control-of-the-Fed stuff is pretty much the oldest... Read more
2h
The Economic Times
Sebi wants to delist 4,000 companies this fiscalon P-Notes to avoid their misuse. Sebi categorises FPIs into three, with the f
Sebi wants to delist 4,000 companies this fiscal
The Economic Times / Posted 2 hours ago
on P-Notes to avoid their misuse. Sebi categorises FPIs into three, with the first comprising sovereign wealth funds and central banks and the second consisting of broad-based mutual funds, pension funds, endowment funds, etc. The third category... Read more
2h
Zero Hedge
Add It Up... And It Doesn't Add Upof population growth offset by rate cuts incenting ever greater debt loads (wit
Add It Up... And It Doesn't Add Up
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 hours ago
of population growth offset by rate cuts incenting ever greater debt loads (with continually underperforming GDP) was the central banks only play. And now as population growth and decelerating demand really begin to wane...the playbook is... Read more
3h
Zero Hedge
“Only Money Outside Of the Matrix" Will Survive ...about the gold, silver and global bond markets and the ponzi scheme that are th
“Only Money Outside Of the Matrix" Will Survive ...
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 hours ago
about the gold, silver and global bond markets and the ponzi scheme that are these markets. Also covered in the show are central banks creating a financial and economic system not free for its participants, the end of hegemony spotted in the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Another Blistering Auction: Foreign Central Banks Just Can't Get Enough Of 5Y Paperlast month's 58.5% and well above the 58.5% TTM average. It was also the third
Another Blistering Auction: Foreign Central Banks Just Can't Get Enough Of 5Y Paper
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 hours ago
last month's 58.5% and well above the 58.5% TTM average. It was also the third highest Indirect award on record as foreign central banks just can't seem to get enough of US paper. And since Indirects stormed, and Directs also saw a pick up in their... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Nigeria Currency Devaluation Looms As FX Forwards Crash To Record Lowsis a losing game as not only Argentina most recently, but the Swiss National Ba
Nigeria Currency Devaluation Looms As FX Forwards Crash To Record Lows
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 hours ago
is a losing game as not only Argentina most recently, but the Swiss National Bank most infamously, will admit. "As African central banks place restrictions on access to their dollars, while burning through these reserves to support their... Read more
7h
The Financial Express
Sebi wants P-Note users to come directly to Indiathe difference between FPIs and ODIs. There are three categories of FPIs — firs
Sebi wants P-Note users to come directly to India
The Financial Express / Posted 7 hours ago
the difference between FPIs and ODIs. There are three categories of FPIs — first category is of sovereign entities and central banks and there is no need to even do KYC as I can’t go and ask for passport copy of US Federal Reserve Chairman, for... Read more
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WA Today
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good newsis the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the cataly
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good news
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
is the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the catalyst for renewed investment and growth that central banks hoped they would be. Economies have not responded, the argument goes, because the world's credit card is maxed... Read more
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The Age
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good newsis the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the cataly
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good news
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
is the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the catalyst for renewed investment and growth that central banks hoped they would be. Economies have not responded, the argument goes, because the world's credit card is maxed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good newsis the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the cataly
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good news
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
is the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the catalyst for renewed investment and growth that central banks hoped they would be. Economies have not responded, the argument goes, because the world's credit card is maxed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good newsis the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the cataly
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good news
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
is the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the catalyst for renewed investment and growth that central banks hoped they would be. Economies have not responded, the argument goes, because the world's credit card is maxed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good newsis the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the cataly
Wall Street may have finally decided that a US rate rise is good news
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 hours ago
is the reason record low rates since the global crisis have not been the catalyst for renewed investment and growth that central banks hoped they would be. Economies have not responded, the argument goes, because the world's credit card is maxed... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 8 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or -- in Japan and Europe -- even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Central Bank Puts Firms on High Alert Over Cyber Attacksan imminent cyber-attack. CBK is warning its employees to be ready and vigilan
Central Bank Puts Firms on High Alert Over Cyber Attacks
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 hours ago
an imminent cyber-attack. CBK is warning its employees to be ready and vigilant to stop such an event that has seen three central banks infiltrated by hackers this year. "In light of this risk, we advise all staff to be cautious when opening... Read more
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dna
Sebi wants P-Note users to come directly to Indiathe difference between FPIs and ODIs. There are three categories of FPIs -- fir
Sebi wants P-Note users to come directly to India
dna / Posted 9 hours ago
the difference between FPIs and ODIs. There are three categories of FPIs -- first category is of sovereign entities and central banks and there is no need to even do KYC as I can't go and ask for passport copy of US Federal Reserve Chairman, for... Read more
9h
Zero Hedge
Just Stop It!production and PMI’s are slipping into recession mode virtually everywhere. Wh
Just Stop It!
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 hours ago
production and PMI’s are slipping into recession mode virtually everywhere. What is also proves is that the Fed and other central banks have absolutely destroyed the last semblance of honest price discovery. How is any other conclusion... Read more
10h
iol.co.za
Brexit could cost pound reserve statusas a reserve currency used in world trade, according to S&P Global Ratings. St
Brexit could cost pound reserve status
iol.co.za / Posted 10 hours ago
as a reserve currency used in world trade, according to S&P Global Ratings. Sterling lags only the dollar and euro in central banks’ holdings, a legacy of Britain’s large economy, its trusted legal system and use of the global lingua franca.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Gundlach Feels Like We Are Back In December, Says "Stocks Are Dead Money" After A Short Squeezethat that turned out a leading indicator in Aug and again in Jan." Gundlach ha
Gundlach Feels Like We Are Back In December, Says "Stocks Are Dead Money" After A Short Squeeze
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 hours ago
that that turned out a leading indicator in Aug and again in Jan." Gundlach has been generally bearish on stocks in recent months as the market has gone largely nowhere. It remains to be seen if central banks will allow him to be right, an... Read more
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The Financial Express
Despite recent slide, long-term gold outlook remains bullish; should you invest?the world’s biggest gold exchanged-traded fund, valued at about $123.5 million.
Despite recent slide, long-term gold outlook remains bullish; should you invest?
The Financial Express / Posted 11 hours ago
the world’s biggest gold exchanged-traded fund, valued at about $123.5 million. Negative interest rates introduced by the central banks in Europe and Japan have led to a backlash from investors, who have sought to invest in gold as a alternative... Read more
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Daily Herald
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Daily Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Brandon Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 12 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Hawaii News Now / Posted 12 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Market Watch
How to Fed-proof your bondholdings nowhelps manage BlackRock Strategic Global Bond MDWIX, +0.00% Economies in some co
How to Fed-proof your bondholdings now
Market Watch / Posted 12 hours ago
helps manage BlackRock Strategic Global Bond MDWIX, +0.00% Economies in some countries are weak enough, he says, that their central banks might follow policies that will push down interest rates, offering bondholders some opportunities for capital... Read more
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The Age
Australia not that different to Germany, and not safe from negative yields either, says T. RoweChina, "that could send the deleveraging through your market," he said. "There
Australia not that different to Germany, and not safe from negative yields either, says T. Rowe
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
China, "that could send the deleveraging through your market," he said. "There's a very dangerous game going on between central banks, markets and the real economy. There should be a symbiotic relationship where economics drive central banks... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tackling Liquidity Concerns in African Capital Marketsare also particularly apt for the African broker dealer community, clearing, se
Tackling Liquidity Concerns in African Capital Markets
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 hours ago
are also particularly apt for the African broker dealer community, clearing, settlement and depository (CSD), regulators, central banks and other financial institutions who will benefit from improved liquidity in African capital markets, and also... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Manila Bulletin / Posted 14 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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CTV News
G7 look for ways to boost aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
G7 look for ways to boost aging, faltering economies
CTV News / Posted 15 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Global Monetary System Has Devalued 47% Over The Last 10 Yearsservice anywhere in the world over the last ten years would have been wise to s
The Global Monetary System Has Devalued 47% Over The Last 10 Years
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 hours ago
service anywhere in the world over the last ten years would have been wise to save the fruit of his labor in gold terms. Central Banks If we were a central banker overseeing the fiat global monetary regime we would want to treat gold as a... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Lake Placid News / Posted 17 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 17 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or � in Japan and Europe � even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The cost of cash isn’t stopping people from using itat Tufts University in Medford, Mass. Dr. Chakravorti and fellow researchers h
The cost of cash isn’t stopping people from using it
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
at Tufts University in Medford, Mass. Dr. Chakravorti and fellow researchers have studied the movement by governments and central banks around the world to do away with physical money. In a 2013 study, they found that the cost of paying for the... Read more
18h
Herald Sun
It's been a year since the S&P's highstock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. -
It's been a year since the S&P's high
Herald Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
stock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. - The global economy is scuffling. Even though central banks around the world have piled on unprecedented amounts of stimulus, growth around the world remains weak. The US... Read more
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Weekly Times
It's been a year since the S&P's highstock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. -
It's been a year since the S&P's high
Weekly Times / Posted 18 hours ago
stock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. - The global economy is scuffling. Even though central banks around the world have piled on unprecedented amounts of stimulus, growth around the world remains weak. The US... Read more
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The Courier Mail
It's been a year since the S&P's highstock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. -
It's been a year since the S&P's high
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
stock funds and $US7.5 billion into taxable bond funds over that same time. - The global economy is scuffling. Even though central banks around the world have piled on unprecedented amounts of stimulus, growth around the world remains weak. The US... Read more
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Zawya
GCC states urged to protect economy from systemic riskrequirements and are in the process of implementing Basel III standards on capi
GCC states urged to protect economy from systemic risk
Zawya / Posted 18 hours ago
requirements and are in the process of implementing Basel III standards on capital, liquidity, and leverage. A number of central banks have established a separate financial stability office/unit and set up an early warning system, in addition to... Read more
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The Financial Express
RBI says no to Commerce Ministry plan for cheap loans to Exim Bank from forex reservesSurvey had said even if the RBI were to trim the equity-asset ratio to 16% (the
RBI says no to Commerce Ministry plan for cheap loans to Exim Bank from forex reserves
The Financial Express / Posted 19 hours ago
Survey had said even if the RBI were to trim the equity-asset ratio to 16% (the median of a representative sample of central banks), considerable sums could be released to public sector banks (PSBs), reducing the recapitalisation burden on... Read more
20h
Salon.com
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Salon.com / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Island Packet
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Island Packet / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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ABC News
Group of 7 Seeks Way Forward for Aging, Faltering Economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 Seeks Way Forward for Aging, Faltering Economies
ABC News / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or — in Japan and Europe — even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economiesinfrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working.
Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 20 hours ago
infrastructure, and to rewrite tax codes that discourage people from working. Instead, governments have tended to rely on central banks to keep interest rates low, or - in Japan and Europe - even negative. Meanwhile, some economists, notably... Read more
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