Fool me twice: The lessons we are yet to learn in the 100 years since Weimar hyperinflation

Need to recognise inherent flaws in current system

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Thomas Coughlin of Kinesis Money
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Thomas Coughlin of Kinesis Money

The word of the Covid era might be ‘unprecedented’, but the economic predicament in which we currently find ourselves is nothing new.

This year marks 100 years since the start of Germany's economic nightmare when it was forced to pay reparations under the Treaty of Versailles on top of an already high level of national debts incurred...

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