Diverging Like It’s 1929
I’ve always feared such a scenario: Severely maladjusted Bubble Economies responding poorly to aggressive monetary stimulus, spurring policymakers into only more aggressive stimulus measures. Meanwhile, financial fragility mounts, as Credit systems continue to rapidly expand non-productive debt.
Students of the late-1920s appreciate how late-cycle policy-induced market and economic distortions laid the groundwork [...]
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