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Interview with Willem Buiter, Citigroup´s Global Chief Economist

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The failed policy response to the Global Crisis

The Global Crisis triggered a series of medium-term policy changes. This column reviews the effectiveness of some of these monetary, fiscal policies, and internal devaluation policies. Policymakers anchored their strategic thinking in paradigms that ...
 Vox1 week ago

Event Advisory: Managing the Euro Area Debt Crisis - July 10

Event Advisory Managing the Euro Area Debt Crisis July 10 WHO: William R. Cline Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics Willem Buiter Global Chief Economist, Citigroup Ángel Ubide Senior Fellow, ...
 Peterson Institute for International Economics1 week ago Event: Managing the Euro Area Debt Crisis  Peterson Institute for International Economics1 week ago

KangaNews Fixed-Income Research Poll 2014: results announced

KangaNews is proud to reveal the results of its 2014 Fixed-Income Research Poll, in which Australian institutional investors were asked to vote for the best research providers across a range of sectors relevant to their market. This year's poll the ...
 Kanga News2 weeks ago

CITIGROUP : The Peterson Institute for International Economics (IIE) - Book discussion

**New TIME: 12:15 p.m. EVENT: The Peterson Institute for International Economics (IIE) holds a book discussion on "Managing the Euro Area Debt Crisis." PARTICIPANTS: author William Cline , senior fellow at IIE; Willem Buiter , global chief ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago

Realty price swings may pose short-term risks

Economists: Sustainable growth still achievable in the long run China won't be able to achieve a transition to a sustainable growth model without at least paying a short-term price, top economists said on Tuesday. By the end of the decade the ...
 CHINAdaily4 weeks ago

Kenneth Rogoff: The 4% non-solution

For some time now, there has been concern that central bankers have "run out of bullets". Having lowered their policy rates to near zero, they have engaged in increasingly extravagant measures such as "quantitative easing" and "forward guidance".
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Alarm over return of pre-GFC conditions

A storm alert has come from the US over the disregard for risk in the equity, credit, and currency markets. Retail sales numbers miss expectations A storm alert today from Simon Derrick at the Bank of New York Mellon. He cites three warnings from ...
 Harden Express1 month ago Recurrence of pre-GFC conditions  Melbourne Age1 month ago Bankers issue storm warning  Melbourne Age1 month ago 'Eerily reminiscent' of pre-GFC conditions  Melbourne Age1 month ago

How the Euro Changed International Debt Flows

Large flows of bank lending from core countries in the Eurozone to the periphery lead to large financial imbalances. This column explains what motivated such financial flows. With the advent of the Eurozone, banks in core countries gained relative ...
 Wall Street Pit2 months ago

Debt Forgiveness For Ireland? Get Stuffed,And Pay Up.

Martin Wolf the Financial Times columnist says that Ireland got 'Stuffed' on it's banking debt. Ireland has been saddled with a debt which he described as Unconscionable,and with very little chance of any debt writedown. So much for the lies of ...
 Politics.ie2 months ago
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