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The economist has long argued that governments should spend whatever it takes. Has her time now come?
By FT
Financial Times,  Apr. 17, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
Policy injection is more dramatic than what we saw after financial crash
By Gavyn Davies
Financial Times,  Mar. 29, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
Ultra-low charges created an industry that hitched a lucrative free ride on the backs of stock pickers
By Jonathan Guthrie
Financial Times,  Jan. 15, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
About half of all issued corporate bond debt is rated triple-B, the lowest score for investment-grade debt. Analysts say all this debt could be a mess in the making, especially if the economy enters a recession. WSJ's Gunjan Banerji explains.
By wsj video
The Wall Street Journal,  Dec. 05, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Research by Brookings and FT shows indicators at lowest levels since early 2016
By FT
Financial Times,  Oct. 14, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Ex-Schlumberger boss doubts that a deal to cut supply can be effective, or even agreed
By FT
Financial Times,  Apr. 08, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
Cash-strapped South Africa to join Egypt and Turkey in launching state vehicle
By FT
Financial Times,  Mar. 16, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
BANK OF ENGLAND, Staff Working Paper No. 845
By Paul Schmelzing
Financial Times,  Jan. 08, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
The real hope is that private banks will improve costly world of cross-border payments
By FT
Financial Times,  Dec. 05, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
...dollarisation by proxy...
By FT
Financial Times,  Sep. 13, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Irresponsible policy from the Federal Reserve made the coronavirus crisis worse than it had to be.
By James Grant
The Wall Street Journal,  Apr. 02, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
The twin pillars need to work together in the next recession
By Gavyn Davies
Financial Times,  Feb. 16, 2020    E-mail this to a Friend
Fastest and widest surge in borrowing poses risk should era of low interest rates end
By FT
Financial Times,  Dec. 20, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
Active investors see their strategies automated while passive alternatives get cheaper
By FT
Financial Times,  Nov. 22, 2019    E-mail this to a Friend
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
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