Category Archives: Economic history

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The Fiscal Stimulus and Market Turnaround: 5-Year Anniversary

Commentators are taking note of the five-year anniversary of the fiscal stimulus that President Obama enacted during his first month in office. Those who don’t like Obama are still asking “if the fiscal stimulus was so great, why didn’t it work?” Continue reading

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Putting the ‘F’ in CFR

Age of Wisdom, Age of Foolishness (17) Written by Adam Whitehead, KeySignals.com “In Like Flynn” “Putting the ‘F’ Back in Federal Reserve” observed how “Team America” prepared the way for global cooperation between the Developed and Emerging Nations; in a … Continue reading

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Deflation Treatment: Stabilize Symptoms, then Address the Cause

Deflation: The Failed Macroeconomic Paradigm Plumbs New Depths of Self-Parody by William K. Black, New Economic Perspectives Patient bleeding out? Don’t treat the bleed; keep the crash cart nearby Imagine you were a doctor in the ER when a patient … Continue reading

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