Tag Archives: monetary policy

  1. Why interest rates should rise now

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    November 2, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Economies work in cycles. Yes yes I know Gordon a Brown said he had abolished Boom and Bust, but in …
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  2. Syriza coalition with Independent Greeks shows Tsipras refuses to accept he can’t control Economics


    January 30, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    There’s going to be a lot to write about Greece over the next few months. The inevitable result of a …
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  3. Inflation at 0.5% – should we worry about deflation now?

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    January 16, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    So inflation has continued it’s fall to the point where deflation is a distinct possibility, with some economists saying it’s …
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  4. Deflation stalks the UK – why we should worry


    December 27, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Normally, you would expect the announcement that inflation has fallen as far down as 1% to be greeted with joy. …
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  5. The ECB set negative interest rates: What does this mean?

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    June 8, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    On Thursday the European Central Bank announced that it was setting their interest rate at -0.1%. This is not a …
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