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In the second of our “Appetite for Destruction” series, Thomas Becket goes back to the start of the Financial Crisis in 2007-8 and reminds us of the actions taken by central bankers, who found themselves in a very difficult position in an economic world on the verge of collapse. He continues to the reflect on the resonance between Guns N’ Roses’ breakthrough album “Appetite for Destruction” and what we now see 10 years on in the world of monetary policy and its implications for the future of the global economy.

If you missed the first in our “Appetite for Destruction” series, please find it here.

Track 2: “It’s so Easy”

It’s so easy, easy.
When everybody’s tryin’ to please me baby.
It’s so easy, easy.
When everybody’s tryin’ to please me.
Guns N’ Roses, 1987

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Thomas Becket

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