Central Banks Should Stop Paying Interest on ReservesGuest Post
Central Banks Should Stop Paying Interest on Reserves
In 2008, the Federal Reserve began paying interest on reserve balances held on deposit at the Fed. It took more than seven decades from the US leaving the gold standard — in 1933 — for the fiat regime to do this and thus revoke a cardinal element of the old gold-based monetary system: the non-payment of any interest on base money.
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