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A new Chinese export-recession risk
DAWN Group

A new Chinese export-recession risk

IS a global economic recession likely? If so, what might trigger it? Willem Buiter, Citi's chief economist and the Financial Times erstwhile Maverecon blogger, answers these questions: Yes and China. His case is plausible. This does not mean we must ... DAWN Group, 1 week ago
Citi Sees 55% Chance Of Global Recession, 3 weeks ago

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Global recession in next two years is 'most likely' scenario

A hard landing for China is likely to plunge the world economy into recession in the next two years, Willem Buiter, chief global economist at Citigroup and a former Bank of England policymaker, has said. As the Federal Reserve in Washington ...
 MSN UK3 weeks ago Will China Lead the World Into Recession?  Time3 days ago The extent of China's economic woes  BBC1 week ago Why China will cause a brutal global recession 'in the next year'  MSN UK3 weeks ago

'Grexit' now thinks Greece is likely to leave the euro

Citi chief economist Willem Buiter, the the man who coined the term "Grexit," now thinks Greece leaving the eurozone is the most likely outcome.
 Economic Times2 months ago

Citigroup Warns Of Global Recession, Starting Mid-2016

Says central banks in rich nations running low on ammunition Willem Buiter Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg Citigroup Inc. is sounding the alarm bells for the world economy. In an analysis published late on Tuesday, the New ...
 Naija247News3 weeks ago
Council On Foreign Relations

Media Call: The Global Fallout of China's Market Volatility

loading... CFR experts Robert Kahn and Willem H. Buiter join Zhiwu Chen, Yale University professor of finance and Foreign Affairs contributor, to discuss the health of the Chinese economy, where it's heading, and what it means for the global ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

As China growth flags, analysts weigh alternative indicators

As once-stellar growth rates start to dip, watchers of China 's mammoth economy worry that it could be worse than it looks because the official figures might not be telling the whole story. But amid mistrust of government numbers, economists are ...
 Arabstoday.net4 hours ago China looks to fiscal policy to support growth  Manufacturers Monthly3 weeks ago

How the banks ignored the lessons of the crash

Ask people where they were on 9/11, and most have a memory to share. Ask where they were when Lehman Brothers collapsed , and many will struggle even to remember the correct year. The 158-year-old Wall Street bank filed for bankruptcy on 15 ...
 ExecReview.com2 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia

Loss of central bank traction puts mandates under scrutiny (Reuters)

. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque By Mike Dolan LONDON (Reuters) - Growing anxiety that the world's top central banks have lost control of their mission has intensified scrutiny of their mandates and independence from both political and investment ...
 Yahoo! News Australia4 days ago Fed Rate Hike? If You Believe in Magic  Bloomberg View3 weeks ago
WA Today

'Slow-burn' crisis ahead, but no crash

Governments have almost exhausted the levers they have in terms of what they can do to help stimulate economies. Fears of an impending global recession are overblown, say the researchers at an economics insights group, because the US and European ...
 WA Today5 days ago Global recession fears 'too gloomy', says Lombard Street Research  Melbourne Age5 days ago
Global Research

Reversing the Tide of Water Privatization

Private companies have been working to make a profit from water since the 1600s, when the first water companies were established in England and Wales. The first wave of water privatization occurred in the 1800s, and by the mid- to late-19th century, ...
 Global Research1 week ago Reversing the Tide: Cities and Countries are Rebelling Against Water Privatization, and Winning  Resilience1 week ago
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