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Other Voices

In this column, we present commentary for the benefit of our readers from opinion makers and writers not associated with Euro Pacific Capital. Opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may or may not reflect those held by Euro Pacific Capital, or its CEO, Peter Schiff.
Jonathan Newman
The New York Fed’s most recent household debt report showed ballooning debt and delinquency in student and auto loans....
By Tyler Durden
Yesterday we reported that the ECB has begun contemplating the death of the €500 EURO note, a fate which is now...
Caroline Baum
If Federal Reserve policymakers were to look solely at headline labor market indicators, they might be tempted to conclude that...
Robert Doar
Something peculiar is happening to our nation's food assistance program. The recently renamed food stamp program - now called...
J. Mike Oliver
When and where were you…when you were jolted to reality by the clarity of the thoughts of Austrian-school economists and...
Alex J. Pollock
What would it mean for the world’s principal central bank to have negative net worth? As odd as it may As odd as it may...
Stephen Kleckner, CAIA
Currently, many American investors may be finding themselves in the midst of a largely frustrating quest: the search for a...
Russell Hoss
Chile's accession to the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development in 2010 was more than just a confirmation...

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