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  Propositions concerning Interest Rates

   Initiated 15th August, 2020



This thread links to the Economics topic.
  • Given the widespread criminal activity associated with fixing of interest rates such as LIBOR affecting the conditions of £trillions of contracts worldwide and prejudicing the financial circumstances of millions of people, should there be a global class action again the banks concerned because the regulatory authorities, so-called, in the USA and UK did not appear to take the scale of this fraud into account?

  • THE CONCERN THAT WAS REGISTERED HERE IS ADDRESSED IN MACROECONOMICS POLICY AND IN MACROECONOMIC POLICY RESOURCES

  • THE CONCERN THAT WAS REGISTERED HERE IS ADDRESSED IN MACROECONOMICS POLICY AND IN MACROECONOMIC POLICY RESOURCES

  • The Bank of England states that it oversees fair treatment of consumers and clients of financial institutions. Therefore, independent or not, a foundation for protecting the interests of the UK constituency from policy-induced financial abuse it to not use interest rates as a policy instrument.

  • THE CONCERN THAT WAS REGISTERED HERE IS ADDRESSED IN MACROECONOMICS POLICY AND IN MACROECONOMIC POLICY RESOURCES
Given the range of concerns related to centrally imposed interest rates as policy instruments, we will place in the resources section links to suggestions made by others that do away with this system and substitute it with so-called, "natural interest rates" that are market driven.

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