Quotes by monetary

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  • Arthur Laffer
    Arthur Laffer
    American economist and author 1940-
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    I think the inflation prospects for the U.S. over the next five or six, seven years, are quite serious. You cannot have a bumper crop in apples without the value or the price of each apple falling. The Fed has had the largest increase in the monetary base in the history of the U.S., from colonial times to the present, times ten.
  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke
    American economist 1953-
    Ben Bernanke
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    If I am confirmed, I am confident that my colleagues on the Federal Open Market Committee and I will maintain the focus on long-term price stability as monetary policy's greatest contribution to general economic prosperity and maximum employment.
  • Ezra Pound
    Ezra Pound
    American poet 1885-1972
    Ezra Pound
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    In our time, the curse is monetary illiteracy, just as inability to read plain print was the curse of earlier centuries.
  • Bob Ney
    Bob Ney
    American politician 1954-
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    In recent years personal injury attorneys and trial lawyers have attacked the food industry with numerous lawsuits alleging that these businesses should pay monetary damages to those who, of their own accord, consume too much of a legal, safe product.
  • Milton Friedman
    Milton Friedman
    American economist 1912-
    Milton Friedman
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    Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon.
    Source: The Counter-Revolution in Monetary Theory (1970)
  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke
    American economist 1953-
    Ben Bernanke
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    Monetary policy cannot do much about long-run growth, all we can try to do is to try to smooth out periods where the economy is depressed because of lack of demand.
  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke
    American economist 1953-
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    Monetary policy is a blunt tool which certainly affects the distribution of income and wealth, although whether the net effect is to increase or reduce inequality is not clear.
  • Barry Eichengreen
    Barry Eichengreen
    American economist
    Barry Eichengreen
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    Political union means transferring the prerogatives of national legislatures to the European parliament, which would then decide how to structure Europe's fiscal, banking, and monetary union.
  • Bertrand Russell
    Bertrand Russell
    English philosopher and mathematician 1872-1970
    Bertrand Russell
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    The most valuable things in life are not measured in monetary terms. The really important things are not houses and lands, stocks and bonds, automobiles and real state, but friendships, trust, confidence, empathy, mercy, love and faith.
  • Benjamin Graham
    Benjamin Graham
    British-born American economist, professor and investor 1894-1976
    Benjamin Graham
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    The utility, or intrinsic value of gold as a commodity is now considerably less than in the past; its monetary status has become extraordinarily ambiguous; and sits future is highly uncertain.
    Source: Storage and Stability Part III, Ch. X, The Status of Gold and Silver, p.
  • Ahmed Ben Bella
    Ahmed Ben Bella
    Algerian politician, socialist soldier and revolutionary 1916-2012
    Ahmed Ben Bella
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    These are the multinationals, like General Motors and Nestle; these are the big industrial groups that weigh, on the monetary scale, much more than big countries like Egypt.
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