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What about inflation?

We’ve asked before whether monetary policy is spending policy. It does, after all, change the value of the money that people have to spend. And monetary policy today is most often being used as a tool to stimulate the economy. We’ve also talked about low interest rates directly (including in our unpublished letter to the […] Read More >>

The New York Times won’t publish our letter…again!

On the heels of an article on the effect low interest rates have on savers, spenders and, yes, government, Coalition to Reduce Spending president Jonathan Bydlak wrote another letter to the New York Times: Dear Editor: Catherine Rampell’s recent article on the impact of interest rates (“As Low Rates Depress Savers, Governments Reap Benefits,” Sept. […] Read More >>