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US Treasury relations with Chinese economic officials
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US Treasury relations with Chinese economic officials

Jay Shambaugh, under secretary for international affairs, and Brent Neiman, deputy under secretary for international finance at the US Treasury, join Mark Sobel, US chair at OMFIF. They discuss how the US Treasury's interactions with China fit into the administration's broader ...
Post-crisis US financial regulation: Are we moving towards risk sensitivity?

Post-crisis US financial regulation: Are we moving towards risk sensitivity?

It has been almost 10 years since the 2008 financial crisis and the enactment of ...
Synopsis: Superpowers posturing in the Gulf, the US Treasury's odd currency monitoring list, and green bonds break out of the niche

Synopsis: Superpowers posturing in the Gulf, the US Treasury’s odd currency monitoring list, and green bonds break out of the niche

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Subeditor Julie Levy-Abegnoli ...
Ahead of the ECB: Continuity or change for the bank's toolbox

Ahead of the ECB: Continuity or change for the bank’s toolbox

Francesco Papadia, senior fellow at Bruegel and former director general for market operations at the ...
Synopsis: Why the ECB should keep its monetary pillar, 2020 predictions, and more

Synopsis: Why the ECB should keep its monetary pillar, 2020 predictions, and more

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Gold and the future of the global reserve currency system

Gold and the future of the global reserve currency system

Michael Kitson, assistant director of the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge, ...
Andrew Adonis on the UK election and Brexit: ‘Watch the policy, not the rhetoric’

Andrew Adonis on the UK election and Brexit: ‘Watch the policy, not the rhetoric’

Andrew Adonis, Labour peer in the House of Lords and cabinet minister between 2005-10 under ...
Synopsis: A critical Federal Reserve quandary, the future of Chinese growth, and the ECB under Christine Lagarde

Synopsis: A critical Federal Reserve quandary, the future of Chinese growth, and the ECB under Christine Lagarde

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF’s weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Synopsis: European green policy, cutting the ECB inflation target, and signs pointing to a global recession

Synopsis: European green policy, cutting the ECB inflation target, and signs pointing to a global recession

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF’s weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Kenneth Clarke on the UK general election: 'Jerermy Corbyn hasn't a snowball's chance in Hades of ever being prime minister.'

Kenneth Clarke on the UK general election: ‘Jerermy Corbyn hasn’t a snowball’s chance in Hades of ever being prime minister.’

Kenneth Clarke, a Conservative member of parliament for 49 years and the UK’s chancellor of ...
The gold market: What is driving increased demand?

The gold market: What is driving increased demand?

Juan Carlos Artigas, director of investment research at the World Gold Council, joins Pierre Ortlieb, ...
Synopsis: India hands reins to China, Boris Johnson on the campaign trail, and the future of the euro area

Synopsis: India hands reins to China, Boris Johnson on the campaign trail, and the future of the euro area

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Synopsis: Plaza 2, Italian surrealism, and Trump’s unmet economic promises

Synopsis: Plaza 2, Italian surrealism, and Trump’s unmet economic promises

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF’s weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Fed Talk: Can structural problems in money markets be resolved?

Fed Talk: Can structural problems in money markets be resolved?

Bill Nelson, chief economist at the Bank Policy Institute and Allan Malz, adjunct professor of ...
Synopsis: The ECB’s return to QE, claustrophobia on the Fed balance sheet, and Facebook’s Libra

Synopsis: The ECB’s return to QE, claustrophobia on the Fed balance sheet, and Facebook’s Libra

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Synopsis: Donald Trump's multipolar world, pressures on Christine Lagarde, and central bank communications

Synopsis: Donald Trump’s multipolar world, pressures on Christine Lagarde, and central bank communications

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...
Synopsis: IMF in peril, Europe’s ever-closer union, and unconventional policy tools

Synopsis: IMF in peril, Europe’s ever-closer union, and unconventional policy tools

In this episode of Synopsis, OMFIF's weekly roundup of news and analysis, Senior Editor Julian ...

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