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MTB cast #2: Icelandic currency controls, the Fed and European central bankers

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So here we go again – another Mountain bike ride and another MTB cast. This time we got three in one. First on Icelandic currency controls. [embedded content] Second, this week’s FOMC meeting. [embedded content] Third, are European central bankers overly worried about political risks? [embedded content] div{float:left;margin-right:10px;} div.wpmrec2x div.u > div:nth-child(3n){margin-right:0px;} ]]> Advertisements

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So here we go again – another Mountain bike ride and another MTB cast. This time we got three in one.

First on Icelandic currency controls.

Second, this week’s FOMC meeting.

Third, are European central bankers overly worried about political risks?

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Lars Christensen
Lars Christensen is an internationally renowned Danish economist specialised in international economy, Emerging Markets and monetary policy. Lars has over 20 years’ experience in government and banking and is the founder and owner of Markets and Money Advisory and is a Senior Fellow at London’s Adam Smith Institute.

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