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Submitted by Paikea on

A more honest and accurate answer would be that the financial markets have been and will continue to be regulated markets - they have never been "free" markets.

Collins dictionary defines free as "able to act on will; not under compulsion or restraint." By definition a regulated market such as the financial markets is constrained and not free!

Please economists use simple English, rather than slogans and economic cant.