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Showing posts with label finland. Show all posts
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

New Zealand becomes fourth country in last four months to propose giving people free money

First it was Finland in December, then Switzerland a month later to propose new programs in which they would give money directly to the people through a monthly stipend.  And not to be left behind, the province of Ontario, Canada is planning their own direct payments to citizens here in 2016.

And while some may see this as a fringe stop-gap measure for economies that have been devastated by lower energy prices and deflation, as that old saying goes, once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, and three times a trend, and we are now officially to the point where direct monthly payments are the norm, and possibly for the future for a large portion of the global economy.


The New Zealand government is considering giving citizens a regular monthly income whatever their work status, according to the country’s Labor Party leader, Andrew Little.
The party plans to debate implementing the system known as ‘basic income’ later this month. 
Universal basic income (UBI) systems could give people a regular allowance regardless of their income or assets. They would oust welfare benefits, student allowances or pensions. 
The regular monthly pay would give people flexibility to work as they want and not to quit jobs altogether. The measure will provide a basis on which citizens can go through the down periods as well as enjoy the up periods. — Russia Today

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Finland to discuss whether to leave the Euro currency

First there was Greece (Grexit), who looked long and hard at leaving the Eurozone during last year’s financial crisis.  And that discontent is being followed up now in Britain (Brexit), who is expected to propose a referendum to have a vote on whether to stay or leave the union sometime in 2017.
And with Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank (ECB) taking interest rates down to zero on Thursday, and in some parts of the lending facility below that into negative territory, one Northern European member is taking a long look at whether to leave the Euro currency following a public petition that has now moved the idea into their legislature to debate on the issue.

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Monday, December 7, 2015

The ghost of helicopter Ben goes to Finland

As is inevitable, when negative interest rates aren’t enough, the next phase of Keynesian madness is to simply give people money in the hopes they will spend it to boost an economy.  And while former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke intimated this program in a speech many years back, it is Finland, not the United States, that is first to bring about this hyper-monetary scheme.
On Dec. 6, Finnish financial authorities announced they are getting ready with a plan to transfer nearly $1000 per month to all citizens, while at the same time cutting off older welfare benefit models.  This equitous plan of providing an equal amount to everyone in the country, no matter how rich or poor they are, is a final stage of desperation that will likely create the inflation Finnish administrators want, but at the cost of higher prices in the general economy, thus negating the effects of the free monthly subsidy.

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