Tag Archives: interest rates

More Questions Than Answers

Question! Is there correlation between low interest rate economies and low inflation or even into deflation? The one economy that seems to scream out this factor is the Japanese. They have a debt to GDP ratio of Two Hundred per … Continue reading

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Great Britain???

Over the past few days I have, like so many of us, been listening to this government spouting about the criminality of Barclays and the UK banks in general.  Well more like muted stalling really, I have yet to hear the … Continue reading

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In Whose Interest

Central banks seem to have closed their eyes to any other policy except cheap money for those who already have large amounts of available funds, ie. large multinational corporations who can go around the World buying up assets, Tony Hayward the … Continue reading

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Debt! Whose Debt?

Why is it that politicians and economists bang on about debt continuously, if you look at one country it’s the end of the world, at another it’s almost an irrelevance. Is debt so important and the level of debt as critical … Continue reading

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