Blog/Central Banks

PRIVATE BLOG – The Real Fed Crisis

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The European Debt Crisis 2023-2024

The European Central Bank has announced that it plans to create a new tool to tackle the risk of eurozone fragmentation, which is the new term for divergence among [...]

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Did Manchin Just Save the Federal Reserve?

Once again Joe Manchin has broken away from party lines to prevent the Democrats from destroying the global economy. Manchin announced that he would not support [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – ECB – Euro – Inflation

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World War III Begins in the Financial Markets

The Bank of England raised rates for a second time which is the first time they have responded in this manner to inflation since 2004 during the boom into 2007. [...]

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Another Board Member Flees the Fed

As I reported in November, Federal Reserve members are fleeing the central bank. Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida announced that he is resigning this [...]

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The Fed Has Spoken

The Federal Open Market Committee plans to taper its asset purchasing program by $30 billion per month. Starting in January, the central bank will begin buying $60 [...]

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World War III in Financial Markets Begins

As I mentioned on the Private Blog yesterday, the Federal Reserve declared World War III in the financial markets as the European Central Bank (ECB) was on its [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – The Real Central Bank Crisis Meeting the Press Won’t Report

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The Gross Misunderstanding of Central Banks

Ever since 1927, when the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates in a failed attempt to help Europe, which still ended up defaulting in 1931, Keynesian economics [...]

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