In these times of crisis, in which ‘speculators’ so often receive the blame in the media and political discourse, any attempt to bring financial markets closer to the general public becomes an endless series of denials and explanations.
In this book, the author passionately defends the honesty, seriousness and especially the essential and irreplaceable role that financial operators play in today’s economy. Along the way he offers a diagnosis of the crisis that some people might not like but that offers a hopeful and trustworthy way out of our current problems.
What the markets are, how they work and why they are essential.
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