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In this latest episode of our summer series, Tom changes tack from the monetary madness taking place across the global financial world and goes on to discuss why fiscal spending will likely be combined with monetary policy to boost economic growth rates in the coming years. A major view that we will discuss is how the election of Christine Lagarde as Chairwoman of the European Central Bank could be a “game changer” and why she could be the “Rocket Queen” for fiscal spending.

Track 5: “Rocket Queen”

I’ve seen everything imaginable pass before these eyes.

I’ve had everything that’s tangible, Honey you’d be surprised.

And here I am and you’re a Rocket Queen,

I might be a little young but Honey I ain’t naive.

Guns N’Roses 1987

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Thomas Becket

Chief Investment Officer

 

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