Posts tagged with: Claudio Grass

What’s a lot scarier than the coronavirus is realizing what we’re willing to accept, to sacrifice and to hand over, in exchange for a flimsy promise of protection…...
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Modern monetary theory, or MMT, has been getting a lot of attention lately, often celebrated as a revolutionary breakthrough. However, there is absolutely nothing new about it. The very basis of the theory, the idea that governments can finance their...
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Gold has been making headlines in recent days, as its price skyrocketed close to $1,700, a rise that most analysts have attributed to the spread of the coronavirus. The fears over its economic impact have sent global stock markets tumbling...
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Interview with Ronald Stöferle – Part I...
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On December 12, Christine Lagarde introduced her goals and vision in her first rate-setting meeting as the new President of the ECB. On the actual policy front, there were no surprises. She remained committed to the path set by her...
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When I was asked to write an article about the impact of negative interest rates and negative yielding bonds, I thought this is a chance to look at the topic from a broader perspective. There have been lots of articles...
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In less than a year, we have witnessed an unprecedented monetary policy rollercoaster by the Federal Reserve, which began with a momentous U-turn in the central bank’s guidance in January, and has continued to escalate ever since....
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Claudio Grass, speaks with SBTV about the unsustainable pensions, crumbling fiat currencies and a looming financial crisis in a world of insane central bank monetary policies. Discussed in this interview:01:31 A looming global recession ahead?06:47 Money printing by central banks at its...
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Overall, saving accounts in Europe have been increasingly plagued by constantly diminishing interest rates and Switzerland is no stranger to this issue…...
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by Claudio Grass via Claudiograss.ch Beyond privacy, there is also widespread concern over the economic impact of a fully cashless system. For one thing, as citizens slowly become exclusively dependent on big banks and card companies the systemic risk to the wider economy...
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