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A history lesson on why we need central banks

© Werner Forman Archive Something we like about Agustín Carstens’ latest take on the nature of money is the way in which he explains why it tends to work best when it’s a public-private enterprise. Here’s an excerpt from the speech, given at Princeton University on Thursday: A gleaming skyscraper is an awesome sight. But ...

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