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Europe Exceeds US in Bank Bonus Crackdown

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

The banking business argues that bonus taxes and other boundaries could ground its most talented workers to defect to banks in other countries that don’t limit pay. Goldman Sachs, who is the privileged investment bank that repaid its $10 billion in bailout funds. The influential’s for Britain and France are implementing a one-time tax on large bonuses compensated by bailed-out banks – a constraint that goes distant beyond what’s being measured in the United States. Still, antagonism over lavish Wall Street pay is forcing some U.S. banks to take pre-emptive acts. As an alternative, they’ll be compensated in stock that can’t be cashed within five years.
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Inflation Control

Monday, July 19th, 2010

With a jingle financial policy agenda, inflation would be stabilised, inflation crises like this would not occasionally seize the government, and distortionary short-sighted initiatives such as prohibition of exports of certain goods would not arise. When inflation spikes, the single focus of the government becomes controlling inflation. This is not how mature market economies work. In all mature market economies, the task of controlling inflation – and only the task of controlling inflation – is placed with the central bank. In mature market economies, inflation crises do not arise, because the full power of financial policy is committed to this one task.
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