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Bluff free pdf In the aftermath of the global Financial Crisis of 2007-9, central banks saved our skin by lowering interest rates to unprecedented levels. While that may be true, it deflects from an inconvenient truth that it was the firefighters who caused the fire. Bluff sets out the game that the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve play in running the economy - a game that presumes that lowering interest rates leads to sustainable economic growth. Instead, it has led to major economic and financial instability. This ground-breaking book explains why and how a flawed ideology leads to the misallocation of savings, inflated asset prices and a virulent version of boom and bust. It lays the ground for a public debate on the role of the all-powerful central banks.

About Anjum Hoda

Anjum Hoda is Founder Director of Macrantha Capital Advisory, a global investment firm. She has worked for nearly two decades as a fixed income fund manager, derivatives trader and strategist for J.P.Morgan, Standard Chartered and Swiss Re. She lives in London.

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Author : Anjum Hoda
Publisher : Oneworld Publications
Data Published : 23 June 2016
ISBN : 1780748140
EAN : 9781780748146
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . In the aftermath of the global Financial Crisis of 2007-9, central banks saved our skin by lowering interest rates to unprecedented levels. While that may be true, it deflects from an inconvenient t