Norbert Michel says anti-cash crusaders have an inherent distrust in free markets.

4880265002_5bf1a62db3_qPolicy and Government

In the WSJ, Andy Kessler discusses the challenge of investing in the current market climate.

Monetary

At Forbes.com, Norbert Michel says anti-cash crusaders have an inherent distrust in free markets.

Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer believes low interest rates are partially to blame for sluggish growth.

In the WSJ, Ian Talley reports the treasury department is toning down its “currency manipulator” rhetoric.

The WSJ explains the lessons Caterpillar learned about monetary policy.

Spending

In the NY Sun, Stephen MacLean wonders how Hillary Clinton can keep her pledge on the national debt when her platform calls for massive increases in spending.

In the WSJ, Phil Gramm warns Hillary Clinton will turn Obamacare into single-payer healthcare.

Regulatory

In the American Conservative, Robert Verbruggen writes bipartisan opposition hasn’t slowed the growth of cronyism.

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