In a chat with , Willem Buiter, Chief Economist, Citi Group, says Fed really believes that financial stability issues are not yet a concern and if they were, there might be instruments used to address it. Edited excerpts ET Now: What is going on ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citigroup, talks about the concept of helicopter money and explains the political roadblocks to the strategy around the world. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."Bloomberg, 1 month ago A Primer on Helicopter Money Before It's News, 1 day ago
The most stinging rebuke, as well as the most public one, I ever received over the course of my academic career, was delivered to me in the pages of The Economic Journal. It consisted of a footnote to an article celebrating James Tobin's ...Cato Institute, 2 weeks ago
This isn't meant to scare you, but let's consider the absolute worst-case scenarios of "Brexit." All over the world, political scientists and financial professionals have been hunkered down trying to game out the economic implications of ...CNBC, 22 hours ago Is Britain just the first domino? WA Today, 1 day ago DealBook: Brexit Doesn't Mean Game Over, but It May Be Just the First Domino ACQ Magazine, 1 day ago 'Brexit' doesn't mean game over, but it may be just the first domino Smart Investor, 3 hours ago
The 2008 financial crisis has been quite hard to recover from already but newer crisis like the current international banking system and its link to the elevating housing debt crisis is something which has added to the problems too. The Citigroup's ...IBEX – Pakistan's Business Lifestyle Magazine, 17 hours ago
.(President Kennedy and Secretary of Defense McNamara in an EXCOMM meeting.Wikimedia) And markets are getting whacked. Global stocks are in meltdown mode, the , and analysts are getting antsy about the possibility of a serious economic downturn in ...Yahoo! Finance, 4 days ago
In a 2002 book called Why Britain Should Join the Euro , a team of experts including LSE economist Richard Layard, Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volker, European Bank Chief Economist Willem Buiter, Chris Huhne, who sat on the European Parliament's ...The Interpreter, 4 days ago
Wikimedia Commons The Death of Socrates by David. Socrates was killed by being forced to drink poisoned hemlock. Negative interest rates are a seeping poison for the business models of many of the world's most important financial ...Business Insider Malaysia, 1 week ago Negative interest rates are a 'seeping poison' for the world's most important financial institutions Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
A "pattern of intergenerational conflict" sparked by ultra-low returns, according to Citigroup. Here is a diagram of things disliked by the young and the old, that may or may not reveal more about this Bloomberg writer's psyche than about the actual ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
Traders eye Brexit polls New highs might be good for market The S&P 500 continues to hover just below May 2015's all-time highs, but investors could be forgiven for thinking a breakout will never happen, given the amount of times over the last year ...Irish Times, 3 weeks ago
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