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23 January 2015

Quantitative Easing: Good for the Goose. But What About ...

Anthony J. Perrotta, Jr., TABB Group

There simply is nothing like a good old fashioned recession scare to bring out the most negative aspects of monetary policy. As Europe remains mired in a deflated state, the ECB has launched a $1 trillion quantitative easing program to ‘create the basis for growth.’ Precedent tells us two things: The wealthy are likely to benefit; and European market ... rest of story...

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FTT – The Tax That Will not Die

Rebecca Healey, TABB Group

The failure to produce agreement on the financial transaction tax in December has not spelled the end of the FTT. Today, France and Austria unveiled a new proposal covering a wider range of transactions at a lower rate. Will this break the deadlock and finally make the FTT a reality in 2016? Continue

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