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Bond Market: The Threat of Public Debt in the Eurozone

Published by Thomas Andrieu | Jul 4, 2022
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As public debt in the eurozone approaches 12 trillion (95.6% of GDP), the single European currency has never been so threatened by structural instabilities. On the one hand, the ECB's key interest rate changes are increasingly inappropriate for such a differentiated monetary union. On the other hand...

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Why The European Central Bank Is Trapped

Author Lyn Alden | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Jun 26, 2022
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Much like the 1940s, many developed market central banks are trapped. They can’t raise interest rates persistently higher than the prevailing inflation rate, and instead are stuck with slowly moving interest rates up, jawboning forward guidance, yield curve control, and trying to inflate some of the...

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