The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
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Creating a stable financial platform would make all money matters like savings, investing and borrowing simpler and more trustworthy, says Edward Ingram.
Regulators are allowing the Bitcoin bubble to grow so that many people will get hurt when they realise it must be banned simply to have space to manage their own monetary policy, says Edward Ingram.
Zimbabweans are looking at some ideas at the ministerial and economist level which could put it on the path to a stable financial economy, explains Edward Ingram.
South Africa needs to investigate whether there is a shortage of money in circulation, says Edward Ingram.
Creating new money and lending or spending it wisely so that competent people can create new jobs is what creates a booming economy, say Edward Ingram and Riekie Cloete.
Economies need enough money in circulation, and stable - not super-low - interest rates will create confidence and jobs, says Edward Ingram.
Why should central banks be given control over interest rates when free markets would do a much better job, asks Edward Ingram.
Edward Ingram explains more key principles which have not been followed by central banks, creating confusion in the global economy.
Edward Ingram is back with a better way to lend money which he says will restart the housing sector, build many more homes and create many more jobs.
A brain fingerprint could flush out those with murderous intent, says Edward Ingram.
The major problem of our time is what to do about the extensive damage which is caused by relatively low levels of inflation, says Edward Ingram.
Edward Ingram expounds on his ideas which present a paradigm shift in the way economies behave and are managed.
Edward Ingram proposes a way forward for the Zimbabwean economy that will help it overtake South Africa.
Government can't create US dollars to spend as it doesn't have its own currency - and with no currency of its own, a nation can go bankrupt, says Edward Ingram.
Many of the world's policy-makers are experimenting with their own economies in complete ignorance of what really needs to be done, say Edward Ingram and Riekie Cloete.
An economy needs to have enough money in circulation to avoid a slowdown, says Edward Ingram. He presents the background to the coming financial revolution.
Edward Ingram clarifies some points on banking terminology from his previous essay.
Central bankers have not taken the basic step of making sensible observations and guesses about what needs to be done, says Edward Ingram.
The mistake to avoid is taking wealth from those who own the means of production and giving it to the poor, says Edward Ingram.
Interest rates are a price and a part of the tail which the dog must not touch, writes Edward Ingram.
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