It is clear that governments need to allow the deflationary deleveraging process to finally run its course, rather than continue to artificially prop up the economy by expanding public debt and having the central bank buy it all up.
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WASHINGTON (By Emily Kaiser) - The world's banks face a $3.6 trillion "wall of maturing debt" in the next two years and must compete with debt-laden g...
If the Pasadena Playhouse closes, we all lose. The actors, the production staff, and most of all, the community.
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