"The ECB is Engaging in Massive QE," by Marshall Auerback: Part 29: Monetary Reform: Series 1

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First, they have given up their monetary sovereignty by giving up their national currencies and adopting a supranational one. By divorcing the fiscal authority (that which governs a country's public treasury) from the monetary authority (that which governs the supply of money) member countries have relinquished their public sector's capacity to provide high levels of employment and output because they are restricted in what they can spend and how they can introduce stimulation in the form of jobs programs or infrastructure projects.

Read the full article: The ECB is Engaging in Massive QE | Credit Writedowns.

About Marshall Auerback

Marshall Auerback, has 29 years experience in the investment management business, serving as a global portfolio strategist for Madison Street Partners, LLC, a Denver based hedge fund. He also has also worked as an economic consultant to PIMCO, the world's largest bond fund management group. He is a Fellow at the Economists for Peace and Security, a Research Associate at the Levy Institute, and a non-executive director of Pinetree Capital in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Monetary Reform: Series 1

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