Is debt a bad thing? Or is some good for the economy? How can we tell the difference. Steve Keen explains.
Phil talks to Prof Steve Keen on the lies and misunderstands of the economics profession
The EU is struggling right now. The Bundesbank has downgraded its 21019 GDP forecast from 1.6% down to 0.6%. The Italian government is being threatened for breaching the EU’s spending rules. Yellow vests protestors have been out on the streets of Paris for 31 weeks now, fighting against inequality. This week the European Central Bank meets to determine how to boost the bloc’s economic growth. But, Phil Dobbie asks Prof Steve Keen, isn’t it time for a fundamental rethink of how the EU is structured and operates? With reforms to the EU, would Brexit have been necessary?
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Steve Bannister talks through his climate model and how it shows that we need to find a new cheap source of energy, fast.
The markets early response to the Aussie election, the latest on trade talk delays and a bad week for Brexit. NAB’s David de Garis talks through it all with me on today’s Morning Call podcast.
It’s as though Fed’s John Williams didn’t say anything on Thursday. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril on how the expectation now is back to a 25 basis point cut from the Fed next week: https://t.co/aVwLbhTxWG
There's something quite annoying about someone as privileged as @Jacob_Rees_Mogg, with his references to (his) "nanny", referring constantly to those against Brexit as 'snowflakes' (on @lbc). No wonder satire is dead. It's the new reality. Lasted a minute before turning off.