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2014/09/19 11:16
2014/09/19 11:16
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If you’re steering a populist movement that needs some economic advice, Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz is your man. Seeking to end Scotland’s three-century union with the rest of the U.K., Alex...
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2014/09/19 09:09
2014/09/19 09:09
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The Scottish independence referendum is now history. Some 4.2 million residents of Scotland, anyone age 16 and older, were eligible to vote, 97% of those eligible were registered and close to 85%...
2014/09/18 18:33
2014/09/18 18:33
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Homer Simpson’s beer mantra is a lot like China’s approach to real estate Is property investment still both the cause and solution to China's economic problems?Reuters/Mike Blake To understand the...
2014/09/18 07:06
2014/09/18 07:06
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Yves here. Bill Black shellacks a New York Times article that gives a big dose of unadulterated neoliberal propaganda supporting austerity. To give you a sense of the intellectual integrity of this...
2014/09/18 00:19
2014/09/18 00:19
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko greets members of the Ukrainian community in Ottawa, Canada. (Fred Chartrand/AP) KIEV, Ukraine — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will arrive in Washington on...
2014/09/17 08:25
2014/09/17 08:25
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EU stress tests to check banks' defenses Wednesday, September 17 08:20:57 For the first time since its financial crisis struck in 2008, Europe is carrying out stress tests that could force change at...
2014/09/17 06:21
2014/09/17 06:21
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WASHINGTON — American investors are clamoring to buy a stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, which is launching what may prove the biggest initial public stock offering ever. But history is...
2014/09/16 07:48
2014/09/16 07:48
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is about to launch what may prove the biggest initial public stock offering ever. Yet anyone who expects to get rich from buying into China’s...
2014/09/16 03:55
2014/09/16 03:55
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China's long push toward financial reform is bumping up against a more pressing national goal: boosting growth. The world's second-largest economy is faring worse than previously thought, with...
2014/09/15 15:49
2014/09/15 15:49
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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Adam Posen is one of the new breed of monetary policy experts, conducting and discussing monetary policy like he’s playing basketball in a schoolyard, complete with the...
2014/09/15 12:48
2014/09/15 12:48
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As the ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine flared up, clashes involving Ukrainian government forces broke out on May 9 in Mariupol – a Ukrainian town on the Sea of Azov, dozens of miles west of the...
2014/09/13 16:45
2014/09/13 16:45
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AS THE SONG says, “Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone.” The Scottish push for secession from the United Kingdom takes for granted the benefits of peaceful,...
2014/09/11 18:38
2014/09/11 18:38
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Yet by some measures, Europe is doing better. It's been more successful in keeping people working, letting the disabled stay on the job and boosting the proportion of women in the workforce. And...
2014/09/11 02:06
2014/09/11 02:06
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In his first year as India’s central bank chief, Raghuram Rajan oversaw a recovery in the rupee from a record low, a revival in growth to the fastest in two years and a cut of almost 2 percentage...
2014/09/10 13:53
2014/09/10 13:53
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It has come down to this for Brian Perry: an apple or banana for lunch, Red Sox ballgames on an old Zenith TV and long walks to shake off the blues. At 57, Perry has been unemployed and looking for...
2014/09/10 11:12
2014/09/10 11:12
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Marcus Noland: an ethical conundrum For nearly three decades a chronic food emergency has gripped North Korea. In the 1990s a famine killed up to five per cent of the pre-crisis...
2014/09/09 07:06
2014/09/09 07:06
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Germany and France are poised to take the first step toward a European investment program, as the euro area’s two biggest economies seek to resolve differences and spur growth without resorting to...
2014/09/08 14:40
2014/09/08 14:40
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As Russian-backed separatists advance in southeastern Ukraine, the U.S. and European Union are still searching for a sanction that can force Vladimir Putin to stop and think again. More than 1,000 of...
2014/09/08 10:06
2014/09/08 10:06
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In April 2014, fresh from riots against the kleptocrats in Maidan Square and the February 22 coup, and less than a month before the May 2 massacre in Odessa, the IMF approved a $17 billion loan...
2014/09/07 09:43
2014/09/07 09:43
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Laborers work at a factory of Viet Huy garment company in Thuong Tin district, south of Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo by Kham, Reuters WASHINGTON - "Made in China" will be a less frequent sight in U.S....
2014/09/19 11:16
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