Weakness in Copper persists, and it shows the risks to optimistic global growth and inflation expectations. Continue reading Copper And Gold Say A Lot About Chinese And Global Growth
Whenever we talk about tax cuts and growth-oriented tax programs in Europe, many tell us that “it is not possible” and that the European Union does not allow it.
However, it is false. Attractive, growth-oriented tax systems are not only possible in the European Union, but those countries that implement them have higher economic growth rates, less unemployment, and a first-class welfare state. Continue reading Europe needs to “harmonize” to Ireland, not to France
Watch my conversation with Jeff Deist at Mises Institute about the challenges of monetary policy, the risks of demand-side policies and how Austrian economics can help deliver solutions to current challenges.
If there is anything that we have learned from the development of the British economy since the Brexit referendum is that doomsayers were wrong. Continue reading Brexit. May’s Way Is Not The Only Way