The Fatal Flaw Of Modern Central Banking Doctrine: Elimination Of At-Risk Depositors

Removing depositors from bank existence was supposed to provide stability, as central banks in particular would gain "flexibility" from placing themselves and their banks atop the monetary pyramid. The net gain for all of that "flexibility" was told as improved economic function. That has been disproven and continues to be by observed events now stretching decades.
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