INK Ultra Money: Bank of Canada rebel blasts model dependency

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Today on INK Ultra Money we hear from a former Bank of Canada and Bank for International Settlements rebel. William White had been sounding the alarm bells from within the system for years. Now he seems resigned to wide-spread debt restructurings.

We also look at a Utility stock that is heading into the INK Canadian Insider Index on Friday which has scored a big investment from one of Canada's best known family of companies. All members of our community will be able enjoy this free video summary and access to our report.

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1. The last gasps of the easy money experiment - Real Vision (premium)

At few moments in history have the policies of global central banks been as important as they are today. Former central bank insider and senior fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute, William White, tells Santiago Capital’s Brent Johnson just how we’ve gotten to this point. Dr. White puts forward the nuanced view that he is glad policymakers have implemented certain tools to lessen the impact of the crisis while also driving home the point that at best we are kicking the can down the road. The pair also discuss central bankers’ recent abdication to fiscal authorities, the political limitations of policy tools supporting foreign markets, and the fate of the global dollar system. Filmed on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.


Same schools, same models, same outcomes


2. Brookfield favourite TransAlta joins the INK Canadian Insider Index - INK Research (free)


The INK Canadian Insider Index will have more exposure to the Utilities sector when it completes its quarterly rebalancing on Friday. In today's morning report, INK Research looks at TransAlta (TA) which is one of those new names. TransAlta snagged a big investment from Brookfield Renewable Partners (BEP) last year. We have made this video summary and report free for the entire Canadian Insider community, but due to network congestion there may be a delay of a few hours before it shows up on INK Ultra Money Free.

Moving to cleaner energy

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