Tag Archives: Quantitative Easing

GoldMoney podcast: Steve Baker MP on sound money

My latest GoldMoney podcast, this time with Cobden Centre co-founder, Steve Baker MP: Episode 68: GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan speaks to Steve Baker MP, a Conservative backbencher who represents the constituency of Wycombe in the United Kingdom’s House of Commons. A … Continue reading

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“Inflation rise is temporary” – UK inflation rate rises to 3.5% in March

Yeah, right (HT to Mr Sean Ring.)

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Bank of England QE pushes family fill-up cost to over £100

With more tax rises and commodity price inflation to come, fuelled by the UK government’s inability to rein in its spending and their funding of their own deficits via extensive money printing, it’s all starting to go to cock in … Continue reading

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Vince Cable: I want more quantitative easing

Vince Cable is the ‘business secretary’ at the heart of British government, who sits alongside the Chancellor in the cabinet, a.k.a. the clots in the asylum. And this economic ignoramus wants more quantitative easing, as you’ll be able to hear … Continue reading

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