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The (Dollar) Straw That Breaks The Camel's Back Of Political Correctness

Submitted by Eugen von Bohn-Bawerk via Bawerk.net, One year ago we showed the following chart to explain the relative strong dollar that was on everyone’s mind at the time. With a second leg higher in the US dollar imminent, this particular chart will be more important than ever. Claims to dollars, such as demand and time deposits, or even more opaque money-like products created by the shadow banking system is just that, a claim or derivative on the final mean of payment, namely base money.
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