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Monthly Archives November 2013

Europe’s Bank Money Blues

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
November 22, 2013
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By Steve Hanke   Well, it’s official, the economic talking- head establishment has declared war on Germany. The opening shots in this battle were fired by none other than the United States Treasury Department, which had the audacity to blame Germany for a weak Euro- zone recovery in its semi-annual foreign exchange report. The Treasury’s […]

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More Credit, More Money: Poland and the Euro-zone

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
November 11, 2013
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By Steve H. Hanke Money matters — it’s a maxim of Prof. Milton Friedman that I repeat often in my columns, and to my students in class. Since the Northern Rock bank run of 2007 — the “opening shot” of the recent financial crisis — the money supply, broadly measured, in Poland and the rest […]

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A Hard Anchor for the Dollar

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
November 8, 2013
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By Warren Coats After years of destabilizing monetary policy by the Federal Reserve, there is growing sentiment that our fiat currency system should be replaced with a hard anchor. Yet, the gold and silver standard anchors adopted in much of the world over the two centuries preceding the United States’ abandonment of gold in 1971, […]

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