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Entries from April 2013
April 30th, 2013 · Comments Off on Remarkable!
April 29th, 2013 · Comments Off on Meanwhile..
April 27th, 2013 · Comments Off on Remarkable!
Republicans Will Clobber Obamacare Until They Hug It – Bloomberg Japan’s ‘wall of money’ proves elusive for global markets – Telegraph BBC News – LED streetlamp aims to improve public’s view of stars Child Hunger Is Exploding In Greece – And 14 Signs That It Is Starting To Happen In America Too | Zero Hedge […]
April 25th, 2013 · Comments Off on Thank you euro, for creating this alternate universe..
“We have reached a point where children in Greece are coming to school hungry. Today, families have difficulties not only of employment, but of survival.” via Thank you euro, for creating this alternate universe…
April 25th, 2013 · Comments Off on The End of the Euro
The euro has a “limited chance of survival” and may only endure another five years, Kai Konrad, one of the German government’s closest economic advisers, has claimed. via The End of the Euro.
April 25th, 2013 · Comments Off on Remarkable!
Reality Check: Renewables Aren’t Yet Cleaning Up the Global Energy System : Greentech Media A side of Margaret Thatcher we’ve never seen – Telegraph Saudi Arabia deports ‘irresistible’ men deemed ‘too handsome’ to women – Telegraph BBC News – Reinhart, Rogoff… and Herndon: The student who caught out the profs The Enduring Technology of Coal […]
April 24th, 2013 · Comments Off on The End of the Euro
Italy’s business lobby Confindustria said this week that austerity policies had caused “devastating damage, comparable with a war” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard via The End of the Euro.
April 22nd, 2013 · Comments Off on The Power of Macro-101
Basic macroeconomics made some very counterintuitive predictions about the effects of those shocks. Unprecedented budget deficits, the model said, would not drive up interest rates. A tripling of the monetary base would not cause runaway inflation. Sharp government spending cuts wouldn’t free up resources for the private sector, they would depress the economy more than […]
April 19th, 2013 · Comments Off on Protected: NQ Research Report
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April 19th, 2013 · Comments Off on Debunking debts and deficits
the UK debt the rose after the First World War, from 129pc to 158pc by the end of the 1920s, because the government pursued an extreme austerity and deflation strategy to restore Britain to the Gold Standard at pre-war parity. It was self-defeating on its own terms. via Debunking debts and deficits.