Monthly Archives: July 2018

Energy price rises due to tax increases, tariffs and price distorting power of oil cartel not a measure of true inflation

A number of Canadian analysts have responded to the news that Canadian “inflation” has risen to 2.5 % a level above the Bank of Canada’s target rate of 2 % as a justification for arguing that the central bank ought … Continue reading

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Bank of Canada Raises interest rates again : No sign of inflation and danger of trade war slowing growth Underestimated in its Decision

Once again the central bank operating as it does with a Friedman based Nairu perspective with respect to inflation has mistakenly raised the overnight lending rate. This is an inappropriate response to the emerging trade war and likely recession promoting … Continue reading


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