Capital & Conflict – brought to you by Fortune & Freedom Of course they won’t call it that. But the media and the protesters will. And it’ll feel like one. The countdown to our next lockdown has already begun. That’s…
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Capital & Conflict – brought to you by Fortune & Freedom Yesterday’s Fortune & Freedom explained how central bankers have managed to avoid acknowledging the side-effects of their misbehaviour for so long. But the trends which kept a lid on…
Capital & Conflict – brought to you by Fortune & Freedom What happens when you mistake a symptom for a disease? Because that’s just what central bankers are doing right now. And their mistake is all that’s keeping stocks afloat….
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The first idea is simple. For a few weeks, markets have been worrying about whether the central banks will taper, meaning they will begin to withdraw their quantitative easing (QE – the creation of money to buy government bonds and other securities) and other forms of loose monetary policy.
I’m getting worried the global economic recovery from the pandemic is about to go very sour. And with it, asset prices. In fact, a recession may well be on the horizon. The reason is simple. Economists might be able to count the amount of economic activity, but not whether it’s worth it.
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