Category Archive: 5) Global Macro

Central Bank Omnipotence: Can They Spark Growth & Inflation?

Central banks are powerful entities -- of this, there is no doubt. As of late, however, they have gone from powerful to almost omnipotent. Markets hang on their every word, and even minuscule changes in rhetoric, implied or explicit, have monumental impacts on how participants position themselves.

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How can business survive climate change? | The Economist

Climate change is about to upend the corporate world through weather-related disasters, regulation and lawsuits. Can businesses react and adapt in time? Read more here: https://econ.st/3slTXIE Read The Economist’s special report on business and climate change: https://econ.st/3bbckJZ Sign up to The Economist’s fortnightly climate change newsletter: https://econ.st/3b8FQ3c Find our most recent climate change coverage: https://econ.st/3pQLYkq...

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Inflation: could covid-19 cause prices to rise? | The Economist

In the past two decades inflation has puzzled economists by remaining low in good times and bad. Could the pandemic cause it to rise? Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest coverage: https://econ.st/3aor3kg Find all of our finance and economics coverage: https://econ.st/3nsEfZm Read our special report about how inflation is losing its meaning as an economic indicator: https://econ.st/3noSaPY How to...

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Charles Hugh Smith The Fourth Estate’s Role in Thrusting America into Fascism

Charles Hugh Smith explains the “Fourth Estate” that refers to the press and news media, both in explicit capacity of advocacy and implicit ability to frame political issues.

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Bill Gates: How to fund the green revolution | The Economist

Bill Gates outlines his vision for a global green revolution. He tells Zanny Minton Beddoes, our editor-in-chief, how renewable energy is merely the first step in combatting climate change. 00:00 - How to fund a green economy 00:38 - Lessons from the pandemic 01:52 - Behaviour change v innovation in technology 03:36 - Most promising renewable technologies 04:31 - Private sector investment in green technology 06:30 - How essential are carbon...

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Misty Copeland: why ballet has so few black dancers | The Economist Podcast

Misty Copeland made history by becoming the first black female principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre. She talks to The Economist about the lack of diversity in ballet. 00:00 - Misty Copeland: superstar ballerina 00:24 - The power of the arts 02:15 - Ballet’s lack of diversity 04:28 - Is casting in ballet racist? 05:51 - Colour-blind casting in ballet 07:37 - Blackface in ballet 09:21 - The impact of Obama’s presidency Listen to the full...

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The World in 2021: five stories to watch out for | The Economist

The World in 2021 will start to look beyond covid-19: to the launch of an asteroid-smashing space probe, the next step in the fight against climate change and China’s supremacy at the box office. Here are five stories to watch out for. 00:00 - Top five stories for 2021 00:39 - Democracy under threat 04:17 - The electric revolution revs up 06:55 - A chance to turn a corner on climate change 10:39 - China v Hollywood: battle of the box offices 14:40...

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Jeff Snider (Shadow Money, Derivatives, Free Banking, Bitcoin, “Money Printing”)

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Inflation Fairy Tale: Why It’s Deflation We Should Worry About (w/ Steven Van Metre & Jeff Snider)

Is inflation on the horizon? Should bank reserve balances stored with the Federal Reserve count as money?

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What is history’s deadliest pandemic? | The Economist

The covid-19 pandemic may have derailed the world in 2020, but a far deadlier disease has shaped human history for thousands of years. Malaria defeated armies, fuelled the slave trade and jump-started the modern environmental movement. How covid-19 hinders the fight against malaria: https://econ.st/3gAsfCj Why malaria prevention needs to be fine-tuned: https://econ.st/3oEGhFE Mapping humanity’s progress in its fight against malaria:...

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Making Sense Eurodollar University Episode 37 Part 2

Europe's latest PMI scores tell us the continent is falling into re-recession, perhaps not unlike Japan. Where did the momentum disappear to? The USA has better PMIs but should that give us comfort?

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Lyn Alden & Jeff Snider: US economy, Eurodollar System, Dollar, Digital Currency, Gold (RCS EP 94)

Interview original date: September 11th, 2020

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Ep 127- Jeffrey Snider “How Do Swap Lines Work?”

Jeff Snider is the Head of Global Research at Alhambra Investments, and here he explains how ridiculous the swap line system is. Swap lines don't work like how most people think they work.

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How to restore trust in politics | The Economist

In America, Britain and other Western countries, voters have lost trust in politics. Is the answer to reboot an ancient idea? Read more here: https://econ.st/3ov9kvo Sign up to our weekly newsletter: https://econ.st/37NpM3E Can citizens assemblies save democracy?: https://econ.st/37zAtXf Can ordinary people solve the political deadlock?: https://econ.st/3qsTTps How can we bring polarised societies together? https://econ.st/3qp5k1v How...

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People Are Now Aware Of What Will Happen

Recently, people are more aware of what can happen. This awareness raises in economic conditions and political realities make people think. Every new choice is a new beginning for people.

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Submit Questions for Jeffrey Snider on Liberty and Finance!

​Submit Questions for Jeffrey Snider, Chief Investment Strategist for Alhambra Investments on Liberty and Finance!

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Life after Trump: what’s the future of the Republican Party? | The Economist

Donald Trump has finally accepted that a presidential transition from his administration to Joe Biden’s should begin. We answer your questions on what the Republican Party could look like in a post-Trump world. Chapters: 00:00 Trump’s impact on the Republican Party 00:35 Party support for Trump 02:16 Trumpism after Trump 05:37 The era of “alternative facts” 06:56 The GOP in a more diverse America 08:40 The outlook for 2024 Find The Economist’s...

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Care after covid: the future of elderly health-care | The Economist

Across the rich world around half of covid-19 deaths have been in care homes. Countries need to radically rethink how they care for their elderly—and some innovative solutions are on offer. Find The Economist’s most recent coverage of covid-19 here: https://econ.st/3m212Kj Read our special report on the challenges of caring for an ageing population: https://econ.st/2UW40EB Why we need to urgently reform our elderly care systems:...

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In The World Change Process

The world is in the process of change. Especially in terms of health and economy, the world has experienced the biggest chaos of recent times. We are seeing signs of transition to the new economic order. What are the plans?

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Making Sense Eurodollar University Episode 32 Part 3

The Chinese currency is gaining against the dollar. That SHOULD be an 'all-clear' signal that reflation, global trade, and positive momentum are in place. But we DO NOT see corroborating evidence on the People's Bank of China balance sheet. Maybe the move is an engineered feint?

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