The Rising Risks In China and the EU (Interview with Jason Burack) 23 July, 2019Global Economy, Interviews, Media, On the coverDaniel Lacalle In this interview we discuss: Central bank policies China European Union stagnation Rising imbalances and perpetuated overcapacity.
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great interview with depth analysis!!! thanks for sharing!!!!
dont u think that the financial repression and asset price distortion that ECB, BOJ and Fed have created a massive debt accumulation and way to future asset bubles, which they are keep postponing with there accomodative monetary policy. if u see the massive stimuls by central banks created asset price inflation where the wage growth remain subdued. the common people cannot buy the house as the prices are distorted due to risk taking which the central bank wanted to.
still the central bank believes that the inflation is below 2 % target, but what about the asset price inflation they have created. its making cost of living in a complex situation.
the thing in this real world is that central bank is just want to satisfy the corporate sector as for them higher CPI means higher profits, and a way to reduce debt levels- which seems to be unlikely.