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The U.S. Labour Market Can Heal Quickly, the European, Less So (Epoch Times)

This article was published at The Epoch Times here.

The U.S. Labour Market Can Heal Quickly, the European, Less So (Epoch Times)

The jobless claims figures of the past two weeks have been unprecedented and alarming. However, knowing that the data will continue to be concerning, we need to analyze how quickly the economy can can heal and go back to the previous path of record job creation.

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Destroying the Economy is not a Social Policy

Destroying the Economy is not a Social Policy

The economy is the heart of the social body. If we shut down the heart of an organism to safeguard the hands and brain, the body dies.

The data on deaths and infected from the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic is alarming. Let us remember the deceased, the infected and their families, and applaud the response of civil society, businesses, and citizens.

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Despite Massive QE And Congress Bill, The US Dollar Shortage Intensifies

How can the Fed launch an “unlimited” monetary stimulus with congress approving a $2 trillion package and the dollar index remain strong? The answer lies in the rising global dollar shortage, and should be a lesson for monetary alchemists around the world.

The $2 trillion stimulus package agreed by Congress is around 10% of GDP and, if we include the Fed borrowing facilities for working capital, it means $6 trillion in liquidity for consumers and firms over the next nine months.

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