Eu costumo dizer isso há uns dois anos para meus colegas economistas, mas minhas palavras valem quase nada. Mas quem diz agora é o presidente do Banco Central da Índia. Talvez o mundo comece a ouvir
Por que o Brasil não adota o discurso do presidente do Banco Central da Índia? Talvez porque temos nosso próprio QE fiscal e de juros. Mas é o discurso correto sobre a economia global, que não é feito nem pleo FMI.
Fonte: Site Zero Hedge
Speaking at The Brooking Institution on April 12, Reserve Bank Of India Governor Raghuram Rajan - no stranger to controversial truthiness (as we have noted here and here) - made clear his views on the rest of the world's central bankers as he concluded, "the first step to prescribing the right medicine is to recognize the cause of the illness. And,when it comes to what is ailing the global economy, extreme monetary easing has been more cause than cure. The sooner we recognize that, the stronger and more sustainable the global economic recovery will be."
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As the world struggles to recover from theeconomic crisis, the unconventional monetary policies that many advanced countries adopted in its wake seem to have gained widespread acceptance. In those economies, however, where debt overhangs, policy is uncertain, or the need for structural reform constrains domestic demand, there is a legitimate question as to whether these policies’ domestic benefits have offset their damaging spillovers to other economies.