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Jim Grant, founder and editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, recently sat down with Capital Account’s Lauren Lyster to discuss what he calls a “bubble in perceived safety”. Take a look below…

Editor’s Note: The production team over at RT will actually be here in Vancouver all week covering this year’s Symposium. Each day on Capital Account, Lauren Lyster will interview a different presenter from the event. To kick it off, she’ll be interviewing our own Editorial Director (and perennial Symposium Emcee) Eric Fry tomorrow at 4:30 PM EST. To check it out live, just go to the RT site, click the red “Live” button at the top of the page, then click “RT America On Air”.

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