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If the UK Economy Tanks, Don’t Blame Brexit

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Blog06/29/2016

The Bank of England has been less reckless than the ECB. But both the UK and the eurozone economies are fragile thanks to loose monetary policy.

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The Problem Isn’t Fed Policy — It’s the Fed

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Blog06/27/2016

No human can withstand the political pressure to inflate reserves. As long as central banks have discretion, they will inflate the money supply.

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The Fed and Bernanke Are Wrong About the Natural Interest Rate

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Blog06/26/2016

If the Fed would quit meddling with interest rates, the natural interest rate would be revealed.

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Sen. Toomey Pushes Yellen on Fed Distortions

The Fed

Blog06/24/2016

Sen. Toomey should read Mises or Rothbard, and check other resources on mises.org, and he'd be able to grill Yellen with greater intensity next time.

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Yellen's Senate Hearing: Fed's Forecasting Has Lost All Credibility

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Blog06/21/2016

The Fed's terrible record of forecasting has destroyed its credibility to the point that its word no longer means anything.

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The Fed Pours Water on the Job-Growth Hype

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Blog06/16/2016

The Fed admits the jobs data is worsening, and sees no way to raise rates without torpedoing the tepid recovery.

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Concerned About Job Growth, the Fed Backs Off Raising Rates

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Blog06/16/2016

The FOMC appears to be downbeat about job gains, stating that the "pace of improvement in the labor market has slowed."

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Central Bankers Are Wrong About Inflation and Deflation

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Blog06/14/2016

Inflation isn't an increase in prices, and deflation isn't what causes economic depressions.

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Central Bankers Claim: Things Are Better than You Think

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Blog06/07/2016

Central bankers think the official statistics are overcounting inflation and undercounting productivity.

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Bernanke Blew It Big-Time: He Should Have Raised Rates Three Years Ago

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Blog06/07/2016

Ben Bernanke is not the savior who rescued the global economy; he is the clueless fool who plunged a poisoned knife in its back.

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