The European Central Bank should retool its asset-purchase programme to fund a wave of new infrastructure spending across the continent, according to one of the world’s most powerful bond managers, reads Financial Times, 7th Dec 2016.
What’s wrong with our financial system? Chief Economics Commentator of Financial Times explains. (Video)
In just 4 minutes Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator of the Financial Times, clearly states point by point what is the problem with our current financial system and how we can fix it:
More than 23,000 people in 20 countries were asked about who they think actually creates 95% of the money in circulation and who they think should create most of the money.
"There is no clear change in direction", comments Fran Boait, Executive Director of Positive Money, on the autumn statement in the BBC Radio London interview.
When the Chancellor took office, he pledged to “reset” economic policy. And the Prime Minister, recognising the effects of the Bank of England’s policies on inequality, promised to bring about a “change”.