Boos for Ben

Forbes, Steve
March 2007
Forbes Asia;3/26/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p11
The author discusses the monetary mistakes passed by former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan to his successor, Ben Bernanke, which could have destructive political repercussions. According to the author, the most notorious system of the mistake is the high price of oil, followed by commodities across the board. He adds that this excess money creation is distorting economies and financial markets around the world.


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