Archive for March 2020

After the Covid-19 recession

After the Covid-19 recession

The Covid-19 crisis will change society, trade and economics ...
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Shortcomings in US sovereign investment

Shortcomings in US sovereign investment

Coronavirus crisis lays bare hostile institutional architecture ...
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Sheng’s world view: western neoliberalism ‘bankrupt’

Sheng’s world view: western neoliberalism ‘bankrupt’

As central banks act, ‘independence is a myth’ ...
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ECB and Fed innovate in disparate ways

ECB and Fed innovate in disparate ways

Side-by-side comparison reveals scale of measures taken since early March ...
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Non-banks failing coronavirus stress test

Non-banks failing coronavirus stress test

Systemic financial instability reigns ...
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UK current account deficit restricts policy options

UK current account deficit restricts policy options

The UK needs new, but temporary, measures to address the coronavirus crisis ...
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Silence the noise by going thematic

Silence the noise by going thematic

Theme investing helps to navigate through capital market complexity ...
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ECB 'only game in town' – again

ECB ‘only game in town’ – again

'This was a game of chicken, but we lost' ...
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Coronavirus will remould world economy

Coronavirus will remould world economy

Periods of macroeconomic history tend to be separated by a crisis ...
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Resilient China can help lead global recovery

Resilient China can help lead global recovery

Isolation to beat the virus, co-operation to tackle its consequences ...
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Overcoming dissent on euro action

Overcoming dissent on euro action

‘We have made our decisions and may go further’ ...
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Time for ‘whatever it takes’ support for banks

Time for ‘whatever it takes’ support for banks

Public support needed to offset effects of coronavirus ...
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