Today Jeffrey Tucker from the American Research of Economic Research joins us on RTD to share his thoughts on the economy....
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Group of Seven central banks made net asset purchases of $2.5 trillion in March and April together....
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A report published by the European Commission in late 2019 reveals that the EU has been looking to increase the scope and power of vaccination programmes since well before the current “pandemic”....
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Remember when we were all told that somehow President Trump is actually Putin’s “useful tool” and Russian “asset”? For those keeping track, first Trump dumped the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), then as of Friday he nixed the Open Skies Treaty,...
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This Depression 2.0 is driving dramatic & long-term changes in the commercial real estate industry as companies cut overhead costs by keeping employees working from home....
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Although painful, the solution to the 2020 economic recession is simple—uncover our problems, let prices adjust, and reallocate capital toward productive usages. The quicker we adjust, the shorter the recession and the sooner we create a sustainable economic foundation for future...
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Today Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp joins us on RTD to share his thoughts the monetary response to the economic shutdown....
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Lenders saw a surge of borrowers skipping credit card or car loan payments in April, raising concerns that the coronavirus crisis will soon result in a wave of defaults. (Are You Surprised???)...
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If you’re anything like me, you are looking forward to finally getting out of your house and maybe having a few drinks or a nice dinner at your local bar or restaurant. But going out to your local bar or...
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The crisis caused by the forced shutdown of the economy has given us some important lessons....
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