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Will growth in regional payment systems spur de-dollarisation?

Tech development to drive dollar decline does not necessarily mean it will occur
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Yellen must set the route back to normalcy

Yellen must set the route back to normalcy

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Policy-makers should take note of China – but not too much
Time for Draghi-Schäuble deal on money and debt

Time for Draghi-Schäuble deal on money and debt

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Europe should tighten monetary policy and ease fiscally
Europe's three psycho-battles

Europe’s three psycho-battles

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Spectre of 'winner takes all' in north-south split
Brexit succeeds – continent cut off

Brexit succeeds – continent cut off

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Britain has more than enough to go it alone
Case for optimism rests on policy

Case for optimism rests on policy

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With Europe, Japan split, US and China can act
After immigration, it’s London v the euro area

After immigration, it’s London v the euro area

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To read the press, 99% of the discussion over the deal that British Prime Minister
Time for US-China swap agreement

Time for US-China swap agreement

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How Fed, PBoC could steady the renminbi
Chinese storm clouds

Chinese storm clouds

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Shadow banking defaults could precipitate chaos
A necessary correction

A necessary correction

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Why the world is in better shape than you might think
Biculturalism and complexities of Brexit

Biculturalism and complexities of Brexit

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Why Germans mustn’t say the Brits should stay in the EU
Rocky path to a low-carbon economy

Rocky path to a low-carbon economy

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Calls for a ‘carbon’ budget exaggerate transitional risks
Light in the multicurrency tunnel

Light in the multicurrency tunnel

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How Merkel’s weakness could help the UK
Welcome to the multicurrency reserve system

Welcome to the multicurrency reserve system

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Renminbi’s dollar depegging: Beijing’s worst-kept secret
Why Europe needs to resolve euro trilemma

Why Europe needs to resolve euro trilemma

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Britain must delay vote to 2017 to lower Brexit chances
Independence: Important but not absolute

Independence: Important but not absolute

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In Nigeria, and elsewhere, central banks matter
Improving EMU’s incomplete architecture

Improving EMU’s incomplete architecture

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Why Europe needs more than ECB asset purchases

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