The Great Depression Again?

By: Ian Campbell | Tue, Jun 26, 2012
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Why Read: Because it is foolish not to consider the possibility of depression, particularly in the face of the preponderance of commentary over the past many months that rampant inflation is on the horizon

Featured Article: An article published yesterday:

This article has links to two things you ought to read:

Commentary: First, the article attributes views to the referenced economists that may be read in the article as expressions of stronger views by those economists than currently is the case. That said:

Observations:

Is this 1931 all over again? Paul Krugman, Noriel Roubini, Niall Ferguson and more think so
Source: The Financial Post, Pamela Heaven, June 25, 2012
Reading time: 4 minutes, thinking time much longer

Also read: Krugman: Central banks aren't doing enough
Source: The Salt Lake Tribute, Paul Krugman, June 26, 2012
Reading time: 3 minutes

 


 

Ian Campbell

Author: Ian Campbell

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