Financial Times' Martin Wolf on the Global Finance System financial times

by Trần Hào



Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, is one of the world’s most informed and astute observers of the global economy. In his recently published book, The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned—and Have Still to Learn—from the Financial Crisis, he argues that economic policy makers and central bankers are far from having solved the problems that led to the 2007–2008 financial crisis and subsequent Great Recession. For more from this interview, visit: .

Images related to the topic financial times

Financial Times' Martin Wolf on the Global Finance System

Search related to the topic Financial Times' Martin Wolf on the Global Finance System

#Financial #Times39 #Martin #Wolf #Global #Finance #System
Financial Times' Martin Wolf on the Global Finance System
financial times
See all the latest ways to make money online: see more here
See all the latest ways to make money online: see more here

See also  Introduction to Financial Accounting | Lecture 1 | JKSSB Accounts Assistant Exam |CA MOHAMAD LATEEF financial accounting

Related Posts

8 comments

Teri Harper 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

One thing is to start an investment, another is to make sure you doing it with the right person so you do nit experience loose trading with an amateur. That is why I trade and invest with ᶜᵃʳˡᵒˢ_1ᵘᵖᵗʳᵃᵈᵉˢ ,1g. and all as been going well and successful since the beginninᵍᵍ,,

Reply
Christoph Messner 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

Eternal growth on a limited planet is the philosophy of idiots.

Reply
Praetor Party 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

Martin (I call him "Marty" in private) states that the banks have been doing very little lending to businesses in supporting the economy. I believe it is a fact that therein lies a key explanation for the meteoric rise of China. China developed its economy using debt, like everyone else. But in China's calibrated command economy, banks were told who they could lend to – and their lending was controlled to support economic growth. Half of western bank-lending – when they lend at all – is wasted lending, doesn't contribute to economic growth.

Reply
Praetor Party 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

Clearly God has added thunder in the background supporting these views…

Reply
shawn m. 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

Technology adoption and connectivity through philanthropy and reinvestment towards clean energy infrastructure (civilization 0 to 1 – Kardashev scale). Specifically increasing trade output in third world countries aka 'frontier markets / emerging economies , again, investing in clean energy solutions. Solar farms in Africa ? Drone powered wind energy? Where's the innovation? . It would obviously help if we weren't spending money in the middle east for petty differences and put it towards those groups that want civilization to thrive.

Reply
Yorick Jenkins 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

Truly unpleasant individuals-i wish left and right would unite and depose their kind.

Reply
Dan Harris 14/10/2021 - 3:00 PM

I see dark clouds in every direction. I cannot help but feel we are on the brink of brinks. I can come up with a thousand scenarios that lead to oppression, poverty, war, disease, scarcity, hate, religious fervor, and death in spades. I cannot come up with any realistic scenarios that lead to reform.

We the people are terribly screwed….first. You rich believe your safe in your ivory towers, but once the people start starving they will be coming for you. Not with pitchforks….with high tech military grade weapons they learned to use fighting in your wars of conquest and subjugation. I don't want to be around for that…but if I am and your rich, I recommend you give me a wide berth.

Reply

Leave a Comment