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DEADLY DEFLATION! China & Japan WAR Inevitable! [KEISER REPORT E390]

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the butch welfare Queens in Virginia, Maryland and DC who rely on the ‘untouchable’ Pentagon budget. [...]

Bank of Japan's Boosting QE Against Non-Existent Deflation – Bonds …

From: Forbes – Bonds – 11:18pm – November 19, 2012. Shirakawa Masaaki, since 2008 governor of the Bank of Japan , the first Central Bank to let the genie of quantitative easing (QE) out of the bottle some twenty years ago, often seems to … [...]

Sounding the Horne: The Economic And Political Establishment …

DeLong is, in my view, trying to whitewash his contemporaries who did not see the crisis coming, and inaccurately trying to associate them with Hyman Minsky whose theory of debt deflation anticipated many dimensions of the … [...]

EconoMonitor : EconoMonitor » A Primer on Minsky

… and there has been at least one attempt to build a New Keynesian model of a key phenomenon in Minsky's hypothesis, a debt- deflation (Krugman and Eggertsson 2010). However, to those of us who are not new to Minsky , … [...]

GGN- Economic News :: August 12, 2010 Part 2/2

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!!!! (Money News) Experts warn that overall food-price inflation is inevitable, as Wal-Mart reportedly has already hiked prices amid a recent jump in wheat prices and the failure of the Russian harvest. The most immediate impact will be felt in the price of bread and bakery products but other food items which make use of grain will also rise, according to analysis from Verdict research. This includes some meat products where grain is used as animal feed. Meanwhile, a recent JPMorgan survey of supermarket pricing in Virginia showed a 5.8 percent increase in average prices at Wal-Mart, which represents the most significant sequential increase since the inception of the study in January 2009, the Business Insider reported. The survey compared a 31 item like-kind basket at a Wal-Mart Supercenter, Kroger, Safeway, Harris Teeter, and Whole Foods, the Business Insider reported. – (Yahoo News) The Federal Reserve is once again trying to put a floor under the US economy. Worried about the threat of deflation — or as Ben Bernanke & Co. put it, “measures of underlying inflation have trended lower in recent quarters” — the central bank said Tuesday it wold begin to purchase longer-term Treasury securities. This second round of quantitative easing is meant to lower mortgage rates (boost the housing market) and increase demand for bank loans (grow the economy). Yet many reading this must be thinking: What deflation? Prices of gasoline, food, health-care, education … [...]