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Everyone knows that the law of supply and demand is designed to bring equilibrium in the economy. If it is true for commodities, the same rule should apply to interest rates as well. But like Soviet Russia where the price of sugar has very little to do with supply and demand because it runs on a command-and-control economy, central bankers have been setting the price for the most important commodity in the world: money. How will all this end? Does anyone know?
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“Whatever Happened To The Invisible Hand Of Capitalism?”