History has shown that monetary stability — money growth consistent with a stable and predictable value of money — is an important determinant of economic stability. As capital markets become more sophisticated, they are simultaneously more crucial to the functioning of a complex economy and more difficult for policymakers to understand. Cato’s analysts study the workings of the capital markets, the value of free flows of capital, and the burdens imposed on markets by regulation.

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