Monday , February 24 2020
Home / The Market Monetarist / MTB cast #2: Icelandic currency controls, the Fed and European central bankers

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

Summary:
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

Topics:
Lars Christensen considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

L. C. writes Quants should pay a lot more attention to monetary matters – a tale of two Chicago traditions

M. D. writes Factors determining Russia’s long-term growth rate

L. C. writes Revisiting the P-star model

A. G.-H. writes Watch out for China’s currency in case of no-deal scenario

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?

Advertisements
About L. C.
Lars Christensen

Biography data hidden due GDPR Data Protection. Author consent pending.
(Economic Blogs is not responsible for linked external content)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *