Category Archives: Monetary Policy

How brave and new is our world of finance today?

After four months of blogging on BraveNewFinance, it has now become time to look back. Can we already be able to conclude that sufficient actions have been taken? Actions that change the world of finance for a better and safer … Continue reading

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How the US economy could be harmed by their own efforts.

The nerve-racking fear for a global currency war determined most part of the second half of 2010. In his outlook on 2011 bravenewlook stated, that this topic is not covered extensively anymore, but is still very much there. Following up … Continue reading

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Euro bonds – the answer to the €-crisis?

The debt crisis is still spreading from one European country to another and the euro as a single currency is in danger. To ensure a brighter future and a survival of the euro zone the EU President proposed the issuance … Continue reading

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Estonia introduces Euro as main currency 1/1/2011

Is Estonia embracing the new currency or are they having restraints? In this blog post you will learn about the advantages of the new replacement for the traditional Estonian Kroon, former national currency.

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Global expansion of the yuan

China, as the second largest economy and the biggest export nation, is gaining more and more influence on the world market. Experts claim we could be at the edge of a revolution of the financial markets, having the yuan as … Continue reading

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Why not making the Eurozone smaller?

In one of our recent posts (Will Germany kill the Euro?) we spotlighted the question whether Germany might turn away from the Euro und thus start off a destructive process of the Euro currency. Besides that scenario, another way would … Continue reading

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Today’s the day for Spain!

After clearly failing to raise enough capital in today’s bond auction, Spain is unable to refinance its debt, needs a bailout from the EU-fund, triggering further state bankrupcies in Portugal, Belgium and Italy –

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