Posts filed under “Currency”

1933: Colombia Experts Oppose Gold Plan


Category: Currency, Inflation, Really, really bad calls, Think Tank

King Dollar vs Euro, Yen Renminbi

click for giant graphic Source: FT   The U.S. dollar is still king of global currencies. The dollar made up 60.9 percent of foreign exchange reserves and was used in 42.1 percent of global payments. Some countries, though, contest how much influence the U.S. dollar really has. The term “exorbitant privilege,” coined by former French…Read More

Category: Currency, Digital Media, Politics

The Money Multiplier — A Rite of Passage for the Wrong Reason

The last time I taught college-level Money and Banking, over five years ago, the textbook I was  coerced into assigning (but didn’t use) still had a section on the mechanics of how the banking system in a fractional-reserve regime could expand deposits (a component of “money”) by some multiple of cash reserves provided by the central bank. The Federal Reserve…Read More

Category: Currency, Think Tank

Home Currency Issuance in Global Debt Markets

Category: Currency, Think Tank

Hong Kong – The Peg is Not Likely to be Changed

Hong Kong – The Peg is Not Likely to be Changed By Peter T. Treadway July 15, 2014       In my opinion, the Hong Kong dollar peg, which has been set since 1983 to the US dollar at 7.80:1.00,   should and will remain unchanged. There are sound economic reasons for this but…Read More

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Virtual Currencies

Category: Currency, Think Tank

Economic Consequences of Leaving the EU

Category: Currency, Think Tank

Category: Currency, Think Tank

History of Money

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Category: Currency, Digital Media, Gold & Precious Metals

Money is No Object

I dont agree with everything from this school of thought, but this is an interesting and informative primer.     Money is No Object from Mitch Green

Category: Currency, Digital Media