Sunday, March 14, 2021

Mysterious Maneuvers Going on at CIA and Federal Reserve in Reporting Money Supply Data

In this episode of "This Week in Economics with Robert Wenzel," I discuss the unusual steps being taken by the CIA and Federal Reserve in limiting the money supply data that they used to supply in much more of an open fashion.


The podcast version is here and also on your favorite podcast platform.



  1. The 2008 financial crisis was a knock out punch to adult people. Is it possible that everyone who was working during the financial crisis knows the pain of that catastrophe. So now they might save now versus buy (which causes inflation)?

    When we had high inflation in the 1980s there was no knockout punch in the previous decades.

    Governments only reckoning of thier debt is to inflate it away over decades.

    1. Don't count on it. Everyone is wise to the prospect of inflation and converting to food, usable goods, land, fixing up their homes, whatever the can spend money on before it evaporates.