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If the government sticks to the original money, its legal tender law is superfluous and unnecessary.
What is so great about the recently-invented 2-percent goal for inflation? It comes with some serious repercussions.
Changing the demographic makeup of central bank officials is tantamount to slapping a food label on a box of rat poison in an effort to make it safe to consume.
Unfortunately, The Donald then went on to make a strong endorsement of the monetary status quo.
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A challenge to the monetary policy status quo is a much bigger threat to Wall Street than anything Sanders has proposed.
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Let us see how close this venture capitalist comes to putting a $3 trillion price tag on Amazon at its all-time high price.
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Legendary investor Bill Gross calls on the Fed to bring on Milton Friedman's "helicopter money."
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A new ECB white paper has found evidence that many data releases in the US are leaked in advance, benefiting certain special interests.
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The only good news this week came for Uncle Sam, who set new records in tax collection for 2015.
We wouldn't expect much market reaction to today's announcement, as it was already expected and should have been priced in.