- A shrinking money supply points to a recession ahead
- This could impact the UK and much of the world
- Politicians remain focused on net zero instead
For the first time since the 1920s, the UK money supply is outright shrinking. When Nigel Farage was first starting out in the City, everyone was focused on it because central bankers made policy decisions around it.
More recently, the focus has been elsewhere. But should it be when, historically, a shrinking money supply portends a deep recession ahead, not only in the UK but around the world?
Germany and much of Europe are already in recession. And no economy is being helped by the headlong push toward net zero policies that threaten the health of the energy sector and, by extension, the viability of the entire economy.
Find out more about Nigel’s thoughts on these and other topics in today’s video.
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Investment Director, Fortune & Freedom