Tag Archives: European Central Bank

No More Inflation?

Popular Economics Weekly San Francisco Fed President John Williams has said something that most Central Bankers won’t say. He believes the current low inflation, low growth economy could continue indefinitely, if something isn’t done differently. He writes in the FRBSF’s … Continue reading

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The Fed Can’t Raise Interest Rates Soon

The Mortgage Corner Our Federal Reserve won’t be able to raise interest rates at all this year, or maybe even next year, says Marketwatch. Why? Because the EU Central Bank just announced they are increasing their Quantitative Easing program (QE), … Continue reading

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Greece’s Great Depression

Financial FAQs This may seem facetious some 6 years into recovery, but many policy makers don’t seem to understand the severity of the Great Recession, or its consequences. It is the major reason why Greece, and many other Eurozone countries … Continue reading

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What Would Save the Euro?

Popular Economics Weekly Now that Greece has voted NO on the latest European Commission-European Central Bank-IMF proposal (the so-called troika), will Greece stay in the Eurozone? If so, Greece may save the euro. Why is this choice even necessary when … Continue reading

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