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America has become unhealthily dependent on loose money and big government, argues Ruchir Sharma
By Ruchir Sharma
Financial Times,  May. 25, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Georgia is a magnet for data centers and other cutting-edge industries, but vast electricity demands are clashing with the newcomers’ green-energy goals
By David Uberti
The Wall Street Journal,  May. 12, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
“It has never been truer that the Fed is the world’s central bank,” said Jesse Rogers, an economist at Moody’s Analytics. In recent months, money has flowed into the United States with a force that’s being felt by policymakers, politicians and people from Brussels to Beijing, Toronto to Tokyo.
By Joe Rennison and Karl Russell
The New York Times,  Apr. 29, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
One overlooked reason for US resilience is stimulus still coursing through the economy
By Ruchir Sharma, chair of Rockefeller International
Financial Times,  Apr. 22, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
As western governments shy away from debt reduction and structural reform, investors must reassess their view of ‘safe’ assets
By John Plender
Financial Times,  Apr. 16, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
A great wealth transfer will put tens of trillions of dollars into the hands of women
By Sallie Krawcheck
Financial Times,  May. 24, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Even more serious than Fed rate rises would be a politically driven devaluation of the US currency
By Adam Tooze
Financial Times,  May. 12, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Stronger US currency has risks for the global economy and could hamper disinflation
By FT View
Financial Times,  Apr. 28, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Growth is picking up in the short term, but fears are mounting of a stagnant decade, with bleak political consequences
By Claire Jones, Sam Fleming and Martha Muir in Washington
Financial Times,  Apr. 19, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
In the name of national security, politics take priority over profits
By Greg Ip
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 21, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Bill seeks to stop ‘vulture fund’ investors from winning high payouts through the state’s courts
By Kate Duguid in New York and Joseph Cotterill in London
Financial Times,  May. 20, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Comparing 30,000 years of human history, researchers found that surviving famine, war or climate change helps groups recover more quickly from future shocks.
By Carl Zimmer
The New York Times,  May. 01, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Solid growth, big deficits and a strong dollar stir memories of past crises
By Greg IP
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 25, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Tech chiefs warn that power-hungry data centres are a bottleneck in developing artificial intelligence
By Camilla Hodgson in San Francisco
Financial Times,  Apr. 17, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
To break the vicious protectionist cycle, we need new rules of the game
By Raghuram Rajan, a former central banker and a professor of finance at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business
Financial Times,  Mar. 21, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
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