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Carole, Yes you 8767 re right. The bank does need to make up bad loans from the proceeds of good loans. It needs to pay its staff and run its premises etc. It can 8767 t just 8775 create money from thin air 8776 to do that.
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Are banks really responsible for pushing up the price of housing? The market determines the price of housing, so if there is a shortfall in housing, it pushes up the price. So you could say that the high price of housing is due to insufficient available housing.
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I don 8767 t think so. Someone correct me if I 8767 m wrong, but credit is money created out of thin air, and once that money is paid back it isn 8767 t destroyed, but put back in the bank along with the interest as profit.
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Because high finance and speculators do not invest their 97% of fake money into real economies. These 97% of money are not used to buy goods and pay services, these 97% are only sitting on bank accounts, generating new interest.