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Money Creation (reprise)


In 2013 I came across The New Economics Foundation (nef) publication guide to the UK monetary and banking system with the title ‘Where Does Money Come From?’ contending that there is widespread misunderstanding of how new money is created. The original can be read here, implying that the only widespread understanding of ‘money’ lying in its purchasing power seems a reasonable conclusion and may compliment the monetarist viewpoint. Read more of this post

Money Creation


The New Economics Foundation (nef) have published a guide to the UK monetary and banking system with the title ‘Where Does Money Come From?’. It contends that there is widespread misunderstanding of how new money is created, which may imply that the only widespread understanding of ‘money’, lies in its purchasing power. Drawing such an inference from the book seems reasonable. Read more of this post

Money money money….


My seeming obsession with money relates essentially to those who, like me, are living on a fixed income with limited disposable income or residual income and wealth, knowing that my money is not  ‘secure and sound’ (I refer to money, which most take to be synonymous with cash, a distinction that is increasingly blurred in a debt driven society). Moving on: In an effort to ‘lighten up my posts’, I set out to write an amusing piece on the subject of money, instead the following lead from Adrian Ash – The Daily Reckoning – Australia provided the scenario for a true life black comedy. Read more of this post

Debt, the prolific mother.


Debt is the prolific mother of folly and of crime – Benjamin Disraeli

The Market Oracle has published an article focussing on Britain’s debt dynamics. With the title  Bank of England Cancels Britain’s Debt, Budget Deficit Crisis is Pure Propaganda  it deals with the political propaganda declarations for economic austerity by the Coalition government. Whilst the Labour party takes the opposite line, the reality is that there has been no real net economic austerity in Britain, as there has been no cut in government spending and hence the deficit continues to expand by about £120 billion per year. The reality is that the UK is immersed in an exponential inflation trend that results in the stealth theft of wealth to finance government spending for the purpose of buying votes. Read more of this post

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