The popular explanation of share prices is that its all determined by “supply and demand”. If the price of something has gone up it must mean that either its supply has diminished, or its demand has increased. It’s all part of a natural stable system. Wise investors are carefully evaluating companies and buying and selling shares accordingly. The government, who claim to believe in free markets, sit on the side-lines and let them get on with it.
On Wednesday 25th of June, Ben Dyson was joined by Professor Tim Jackson, Ann Pettifor and Dr Anastasia Nesvetailova in the Houses of Parliament for a debate entitled Making Money Work for People and Planet.
The second largest paper in Sweden published this article written by Patrick Sundqvist, a member of Positiva Pengar - our sister organisation in Sweden.