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The postwar Swiss economy was largely driven by high-value exports like precision tools and watches. This worked well in the Bretton Woods system of fixed exchange rates that defined much of the postwar era. But when U.S. President Richard Nixon suspended the conversion of dollars into gold in 1971, currencies gradually began to “float” against one another. The dollar went into a steep decline.
By Bloomberg
SWISS INFO,  Aug. 22, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Since the crisis, financing has become much more costly
By Gillian Tett
Financial Times,  Jul. 19, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Japan disproves the trendy notion that governments can run unlimited deficits in their own currencies.
By John Greenwood and Steve H. Hanke
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 05, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Donald Trump has destroyed much of the institutional underpinning of globalisation
By John Plender
Financial Times,  Jun. 05, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
SEC is poised to rule on first product using negative-fee model
By Owen Walker
Financial Times,  May. 11, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Algorithms and big data are entering the often shrouded world of alternative dispute resolution
By FT
Financial Times,  Aug. 14, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Top policymakers look back on lessons learnt and mistakes made during 2008 meltdown
By Martin Sandbu
Financial Times,  Jul. 10, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Companies with clear values connect better with stakeholders and employees
By Michael Skapinker
Financial Times,  Jul. 02, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Millions are priced out of the market and unaware of free help available
By Kate Beioley
Financial Times,  May. 22, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
As climate change opens northern shipping lanes, Moscow is spending billions to dominate the region
By Nastassia Astrasheuskaya and Henry Foy in St Petersburg
Financial Times,  Apr. 28, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Legal experts submit two machine-designed products in landmark test of patent law
By Martin Coulter in London
Financial Times,  Aug. 01, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Charting the precursors to Facebook’s Libra coin
By Review Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan
Financial Times,  Jul. 08, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Clamour for greater fiscal spending will challenge policies that have distorted markets
By Michael Mackenzie
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Established parties are losing out as voters and politicians create their own political playlists
By Gillian Tett
Financial Times,  May. 15, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Chinese company Huawei is embedding itself into cable systems that ferry nearly all of the world’s internet data
By Jeremy Page in Beijing Kate O’Keeffe in Washington and Rob Taylor in Canberra
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 12, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
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