You will what?Yea, soon as I am done with the thread I will.
So, stop speaking in idiocy.again with idiocy.
the hoarding is a problem, but it's still a symptom of lowered demand and a lack of reasons to invest in products and services that peoe can't or won't buy because of joblessness and uncertainty of consumers.No. Your joblessness comes from hoarding cash by the multinationals.
During normal times, when the economy is sufficiently recovered, then this would be true. But for nearly 4 years of the liquidity trap, it hasn't been an issue.If that cash, because it is paid for gets loose rates go up and government can't pay the interest on the debt.
it means it's cheap for government to borrow, combined with low bond rates, means we can pay For a recovery, then see the growth pay for the borrowing. Again, simple and proven economics.Zero rates means a continuous trickling of new money. Think of it as QE during QE.