After the international uproar had abated over the policy adopted by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) in the first half of 2012, a certain level of sympathy for the situation in Switzerland had remained, Yet, the SNB has yet again been confronted with another barrage of accusations; Standard & Poor’s led the charge, accusing the SNB of exacerbating the crisis in the Eurozone by pegging t
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There is no need to belabour the point that flexible prices play a key role in correcting imbalances, be they between supply and demand for products, or between saving and investment or, for that matter, global imbalances of international capital or trade flows. This is simply the magic of the price mechanism in textbooks.
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