Grant's Observations: Money, Credit, and Financial Repression

Real VisionOctober 14, 2019
Jim Grant, the legendary editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, has something to say to Mario Draghi, Ben Bernanke, SoftBank, WeWork, and other financial luminaries. Grant joins Real Vision to discuss the "most consequential price in capitalism," and the role of money and credit in an economy rife with extreme central bank intervention. Grant argues that the recent interest rate distortions and financial engineering pose unprecedented risks to the capital system and that the mounting stockpiles of debt spell further trouble. Filmed on October 3, 2019 in New York.
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