Source – zerohedge.com
– “…The rise of populism in America is a byproduct of inflationary policies that have helped trigger a dramatic increase in consumer debt, declining real wages and rising prices for food and housing since 1999”:
(The Real Reason Behind The Surge In Populist Anger: Central Banks)
In the din of the relentless theatrics of the US presidential election, and the soaring wave of global populist discontent blamed on a “us” versus “them” narrative, it is easy to lose track of what is not only important, but is the critical catalyst behind much of the build up in world anger over recent years.
Courtesy of Bloomberg’s Chris Maloney, a market strategist and former portfolio manager, here is a much needed reminder of what is truly going on behind the scenes, an explanation for the rising sentment that something is now simply “broken.”
Populism Surfs a Wave of Inflation
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