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This isn’t a corporation: US Treasury’s debt maturity management

Acting like a tactical issuer would be unwise
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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
Insecurity in ‘a time out of joint’

Insecurity in ‘a time out of joint’

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Confrontation beckons over Russia, US and Europe
In the euro area, trust is everything

In the euro area, trust is everything

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Economic and monetary union has sometimes been likened to a marriage. If so, it is
The Karl Otto Pöhl guide to central banking behaviour

The Karl Otto Pöhl guide to central banking behaviour

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Seven precepts from the Bundesbank president who died last week
Full-scale ECB quantitative easing less likely

Full-scale ECB quantitative easing less likely

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Shock may be comparable to 1992 revelations on ‘Emminger letter’
Obama may now take the gloves off with Europe

Obama may now take the gloves off with Europe

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U.S. may put pressure on to solve euro crisis for good

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