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COVID as a Catalyst: The End of the Era of Good Macro?

COVID as a Catalyst: The End of the Era of Good Macro?

by Matthew D. Palazzolo, Christopher Brigham
We’ve all benefitted from the past few decades of “good macro”—low inflation, falling interest rates, and stable growth. Given the unprecedented economic shock to the system from the coronavirus pandemic and the staggering increase in the national debt and money supply in response, are we at increased risk of a “bad macro” environment in the future?

Coronavirus, Economics


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