Swiss inflation shortage?

As cries of hyperinflation arise amidst a seemingly never-ending inflationary spiral in major economies such as the US and UK, Switzerland emerges as one of the only nations enjoying continued growth in living standards and prosperity in 2022. An economy heavily dependent on the financial and services sector, the Swiss has historically witnessed strong economicContinue reading “Swiss inflation shortage?”

Singapore’s success

Touted as the second freest economy in the world behind Hong Kong in 2014, Singapore enjoys an exceptionally high standard of living with one of the world’s strongest economies. A GDP (PPP) per capita of $95,000 in 2017 – over twice that of the UK, GDP growth has averaged 7% since 1970 – far exceedingContinue reading “Singapore’s success”

Inflation’s here to stay

Pathetic. Western Central Banks are leading the charge on the out-of-control inflationary spiral we witness today. They have done little – if anything to get a grip on skyrocketing prices. Real inflation has reached levels not seen since the 1970s; a cost of living crisis not seen since the 1930s. The Tories in the UKContinue reading “Inflation’s here to stay”