He also thanked Congressman Fitzpatrick, Bucks County Commissioners Chairman Rob Loughery, Senator Tomlinson, State Rep. Galloway and Raising the Bar and Bill Pezza for their hard work in making the project possible. Bristol pulled it off. Congratulations, said Fitzpatrick, remembering back three years ago when he stood with DiGuiseppe and other borough leaders to announce the $1.5 million Fish and Wildlife Service grant. That was nice. That was fun. And it was something to celebrate, said Fitzpatrick, but the most important funding in any project is not the first dollar, its the last dollar because its the last dollar that gets you the contract and gets you to construction. Ralph DiGuiseppes perseverance and persistence has been incredible in every project across town, that without which we wouldnt be here today, said Fitzpatrick. He cares about the beauty, the future and the children of this community. Fitzpatrick also singled out borough manager Jim Dillon and Raising the Bars Bill Pezza commending both for the work theyve done to enhance and improve the borough.
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WHAT THEN FOLLOWED I found the remarks presented by Christopher Whalen of Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA), at the Central Banking Series sponsored by the Global Interdependence Center in Dublin, Ireland and Madrid, Spain, September 29 and October 3, 2016 to be particularly supportive of the Financial Repression Authoritys position.As Chris Whalen highlights in Navigating an Uncertain Global Economy in the Age of Financial Repression , Financial Repression has fostered deflation and crippled income growth. visit this site right hereCentral to any new approach to monetary policy must be the realization that the secular decline of interest rates, which is the centerpiece of financial repression, necessarily also drives deflation. Today, the Federal Open Market Committee frets over whether to raise the benchmark rates for federal funds and bank reserves a mere quarter of a percentage point. Yet anyone looking at the bond markets and, in particular, at bond credit spreads knows that there is not yet sufficient demand for credit to justify an increase in interest rates. Without a sustained increase in the yield on investment assets, the world faces a protracted period of low or no growth and the eventual destruction of public and private financial institutions that depend upon investment returns. Just as many organizations used to rely upon the returns on investments to bolster profitability in particular, today the global economy is suffering from a diminution of income as a result of more than 30 years of financial repression. The trillions of dollars annually that is transferred from private organizations and individuals to public sector institutions via negative interest rates and quantitative easing (QE) ranks among the most regressive, anti-growth policies ever witnessed in peacetime. . Since the 2008 financial crisis, global growth has slowed and the overall level of debt has grown. Individuals in many nations have made an attempt to reduce their level of indebtedness, but in aggregate since 2008 nations have gone on a debt-fueled spending binge encouraged by the fact that the cost of servicing public sector debt has fallen. Open market purchases of public and private debt have been employed by global central banks to push interest rates down to zero or lower, this in an overt effort to stimulate asset prices, shift investor risk preferences, and thereby, it is hoped, stoke higher levels of aggregate demand.
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