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Posts Tagged: Banking
Bitcoin can be seen as a completely free market in which there is no hand-holding by regulators and no government bail-outs
Martin Callanan MEP: Greece’s Prime Minister calls for more of the medicine that’s making his country ill
Also in the Chairman of the ECR Group’s monthly report: banking union, red cards, shale…and helping the honey-makers.
Joe Armitage: Miliband poses as the saviour of consumers – despite creating the problems he seeks to solve
The banking and energy markets were made uncompetitive by the Shadow Chancellor and the Labour leader.
But what is this ‘hard work’ of which our politicians speak? Do they in fact, just mean ‘work’ – as in an honest day’s work?
We need a more diverse and local finance sector – like those on the continent.
Labour’s proposals are unworkable – instead, let’s have a concrete plan for the banking sector.
The conventional left want as much redistribution as they can get away with – but this makes them more not less dependent on the wealthy.
The Edelman Trust Barometer bears grim news for the Government as well as the Opposition – and for politicians generally.
We need a radical shift in culture – a renaissance of the virtue of firms and enterprises.
Besides, does our banking industry really perform badly? Various studies suggest not.
Before you dismiss Bitcoin as bonkers, you might like to have a think about how conventional currencies are created and released into the economy.
We should stand up aggressively for competition and against monopoly, and remedy market failure in housing, banking and the privatised utilities.
Though the Swiss bilateral treaty is bringing in less revenue than HMRC envisaged, it is set to raise much more than was envisaged by its detractors.
Indeed, the alternative policy I advocated at the time is now…the policy throughout the world as to how to deal with the next crisis.