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By Benn Steil, Emma Smith
Mervyn King, the former Bank of England governor who oversaw the ‘08 financial crisis, discusses how Britain’s exit from the UK will affect the world banking system and the global economy.
By Making Sen$e Editor
The world’s central banks are likely to vastly increase their money creation, resulting in the biggest monetary bubble ever, with perhaps $100 trillion more new money on its way into the global economy, predicts economist Terry Burnham.
By Terry Burnham
What do a fiddle, a barn dance and a bale of hay have to do with the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy? A whole lot, says Merle Hazard, who's written yet another finger-picking country song about the economy.
By Jon Shayne
The European Central Bank just lowered their interest rates further into negative territory. But how do negative interest rates anyway?…
By Mohamed El-Erian
By Simone Pathe
Observers on both sides of the aisle agree that partisan bickering, especially over the Federal Reserve, is at an all-time high. Look for the debate over the Fed to play a key role in upcoming presidential nominating contests, says former…
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on Thursday announced an unprecedented plan to purchase 60 billion euros a month in the EU's first stab at quantitative easing. Making Sen$e breaks down how bond purchases work and turns to the Council…
The Federal Reserve teamed up with other central banks to ease a growing credit crunch threatening the world's financial systems. Jeffrey Brown discusses the move and the market's reaction with Catherine Mann of Brandeis University and author David Smick.
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