The Economic legacy of HW Bush

Succeeding Reagan was to be an almighty task for anyone. Following a decade of unparalleled growth and prosperity, a turn away from stagflation and the economic misery of the 70s, Vice-President George HW Bush took the reins of the Republican party and the Presidency following Reagan’s departure in 1988. Quite possibly the most qualified everContinue reading “The Economic legacy of HW Bush”

Risky Rishi: Cost of living crisis

Political gambles by Sunak have reached new highs with his action, or rather inaction, in helping households survive the cost of living crisis. Perpetuated largely by Central Banks, the inflationary crisis has plunged millions into poverty. Absolute poverty is set to rise – a first in decades, the largest fall in living standards since theContinue reading “Risky Rishi: Cost of living crisis”

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”

Fall of the Japanese Yen

The Yen. Once one of the world’s most respected currencies is no longer a safe haven. In times of geopolitical and economic uncertainty, foreign governments and investors often sought the Yen; the Ukrainian-Russian conflict has spelt an end to this. The nominal exchange rate of the Yen took a sharp dive following the beginning ofContinue reading “Fall of the Japanese Yen”