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2014/11/20 23:56
2014/11/20 23:56
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In the second of three interviews (part 1 here), Hugh Hendry tells MoneyWeek's Merryn Somerset Webb why central banks will go even further than anyone expects to keep the global economy afloat. Hendry...
2014/11/20 23:56
2014/11/20 23:56
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2014/11/19 20:53
2014/11/19 20:53
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Rep. Pat Tiberi will be feted tomorrow at what is known in some Washington, D.C. circles as “Tax Prom.” The Tax Foundation will give Tiberi, a Genoa Township Republican, its Public Service...
2014/11/18 23:36
2014/11/18 23:36
4d
NAPLES, Fla. - The United States has reclaimed its stature as a global economic powerhouse, with brighter days ahead, says a media magnate and two-time Republican candidate for president. Steve...
2014/11/18 15:22
2014/11/18 15:22
5d
Ex-BoE Chief King Sees 'Real Question' Banks May Be Too Big To Manage Speaking at the CME Group Global Financial Leadership Conference, former Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King says...
2014/11/17 21:13
2014/11/17 21:13
5d
Valerie Jarrett is the most talked-about White House aide in Washington — and that's not always a good thing. Jarrett has come under attack after the midterm elections, with critics charging that she...
2014/11/16 12:48
2014/11/16 12:48
7d
... the third installment in Rick Perlstein’s grand history of conservatism, and like its predecessors, the book is filled with startling insights. It is the story of a time much like our own—the...
2014/11/13 15:39
2014/11/13 15:39
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Gail Kelly has been globetrotting this year as an expanding array of international policy positions have whisked her into the corridors of global power. Gail Kelly has been globetrotting this year as...
2014/11/11 19:37
2014/11/11 19:37
12d
The nub of that debate is whether you should pay more attention to the rate of growth in the economy, falling unemployment and still-rising house prices, in which case you would increase interest...
2014/11/11 17:46
2014/11/11 17:46
12d
Two top officials with the International Accounting Standards Board and its parent organization, the IFRS Foundation, gave speeches this week in which they expressed the hope that the Securities and...
2014/11/11 16:13
2014/11/11 16:13
12d
Two things are guaranteed to inspire envy or hatred in Washington: access to the president and the power to turn that access into action. The person who has both is guaranteed to face a torrent of...
2014/11/09 00:42
2014/11/09 00:42
14d
Much has been written about the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08. Pundits and partisans have assigned blame for its causes, evaluated policy responses, and debated what measures, if any, are...
2014/11/06 19:55
2014/11/06 19:55
17d
Even the most virtuous financiers can be tempted by the idea of cornering a market. They imagine the fortune that could be made by controlling so much of a commodity that they can set the price of it....
2014/11/05 16:07
2014/11/05 16:07
18d
After years of being beat up in Washington for fueling the financial crisis, Wall Street wants this year’s election to bring a little peace and quiet. Even with a Republican-led Congress sympathetic...
2014/11/05 05:46
2014/11/05 05:46
18d
If you ever want a demonstration of the utter stupidity of most taxes, and the general insanity of the financial system, Apple just gave it to you. The company is raising €2.8 billion from investors....
2014/10/31 19:27
2014/10/31 19:27
23d
Here's what Merk, as part of his phrase-by-phrase analysis from the conference, had to say about that issue: Greenspan: "I never said the central bank is independent!" I could not believe my ears. I...
2014/10/31 12:36
2014/10/31 12:36
23d
Is there a Catholic angle on next week’s midterm elections? There has not been as much focus on the role of religion in this election cycle as there has been in recent years. Still, the issues the...
2014/10/29 20:33
2014/10/29 20:33
24d
The Fed just took the training wheels off the US economy The US central bank ceased the large-scale asset purchases—bond buying—that we’ve come to know (and love/loathe) as quantitative easing, or...
2014/10/26 14:25
2014/10/26 14:25
28d
Back in the day, the city of Bluefields inspired poets. In truth, it should be paradise, because it sits in an enviable position along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast. But as history unfolded, Bluefields...
2014/10/26 11:48
2014/10/26 11:48
28d
That we are living through an endless repeat of the 1970s is becoming more apparent all the time. Nostalgia and retro culture burn as brightly today as they did in the era of “Happy Days” and...
2014/10/23 19:06
2014/10/23 19:06
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To Nelson Bunker Hunt, the world was full of enemies. There was inflation. It was running as high as 13 percent in the 1970s, like a thief threatening to steal the family fortune earned by his...
2014/11/20 23:56
2014/11/20 23:56
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