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Banks are an important asset for our capitalist economy. In fact it can be argued that a healthy and thriving banking system is at the core of a robust, growing economy. On the other hand, the Great Recession has taught … Continue reading
There’s a great deal of speculation that asserts “uncertainty” is causing employers not to hire new employees. For as long as I can remember I have thought this proposition is not a major factor slowing down the economy. Instead I … Continue reading
Noted economist, Edward Yardeni, President and Chief Investment Strategist of Yardeni Research, is not supportive of the ‘too big to fail’ banks. As he explains in Barron’s, “banks are the Achilles’ heel of capitalism.” “The problem with banks is that … Continue reading
Another conservative has joined the ranks of those calling for more economic regulation. Paul Craig Roberts, has impeccable conservative credentials: Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury in the Reagan Administration Co-founder of Reaganomics, and Editor and columnist for the Wall … Continue reading