Willem Buiter

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EuroNews
Prudence, politics force Fed to begin shedding U.S. bondsportfolio in years to come. “There is no economic reason for shrinking the bala
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
portfolio in years to come. “There is no economic reason for shrinking the balance sheet. It’s for political reasons,” Willem Buiter, Citigroup’s global chief economist, said at New York University’s Stern School of Business this month. “The... Read more
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Reuters
Prudence, politics force Fed to begin shedding U.S. bondsportfolio in years to come. “There is no economic reason for shrinking the bal
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
portfolio in years to come. “There is no economic reason for shrinking the balance sheet. It’s for political reasons,” Willem Buiter, Citigroup’s global chief economist, said at New York University’s Stern School of Business this month. “The... Read more
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Newsmax
Stress at UN Not Shared on Wall Street as Stocks Set Recordsof most investors. Because the risks are hard to measure and price in, investor
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
of most investors. Because the risks are hard to measure and price in, investors are choosing to ignore them entirely, says Willem Buiter, the chief global economist of Citigroup. Referring to Wall Street, Buiter says, “You can only understand the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australia must fix its 'spectacular housing bubble', Citi warnsis experiencing a "spectacular housing bubble", which needs to be addressed wit
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
is experiencing a "spectacular housing bubble", which needs to be addressed with tougher regulatory measures, said Willem Buiter, Citigroup's chief economist. Australia is experiencing a "spectacular housing bubble", which needs to be... Read more
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Business Insider
Guys, there's a Game of Thrones analogy to be made about this economy, and we found iteconomist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly dest
Business Insider / Posted 15 days ago
economist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly destructive. Last year, Citi's chief economist, Willem Buiter, suggested that throwing up tariffs could lead to retaliation from other countries (a trade war) and “could... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Guys, there's a Game of Thrones analogy to be made about this economy, and we found iteconomist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly dest
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
economist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly destructive. Last year, Citi's chief economist, Willem Buiter, suggested that throwing up tariffs could lead to retaliation from other countries (a trade war) and “could... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Guys, there's a Game of Thrones analogy to be made about this economy, and we found iteconomist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly dest
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
economist on the face of the planet who doesn't say this would be terribly destructive. Last year, Citi's chief economist, Willem Buiter, suggested that throwing up tariffs could lead to retaliation from other countries (a trade war) and “could... Read more
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16d
The Hill
Trump's global trade policies are good for middle-class Americaof what they call the “liberal global economic world order that has supported p
The Hill / Posted 16 days ago
of what they call the “liberal global economic world order that has supported prosperity since 1948.” Noted Dutch economist Willem Buiter and his colleagues fail to recognize is that this world order was ended by a series of events, including the... Read more
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Business Insider
Trump seems hell bent on bringing back an economic horror we haven't seen since the 1970sMaybe the prospect of stagflation makes him feel young again?Instagram/RealDona
Business Insider / Posted 25 days ago
Maybe the prospect of stagflation makes him feel young again?Instagram/RealDonaldTrump Last year, Citi's chief economist Willem Buiter suggested that throwing up tariffs could lead to retaliation from other countries (a trade war) and "could... Read more
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Market Watch
Fearful of awakening market bears, Yellen and Draghi to tread softly at Jackson HoleYet yields on the 10-year Treasury TMUBMUSD10Y, +0.84% are just 13 basis points
Market Watch / Posted 30 days ago
Yet yields on the 10-year Treasury TMUBMUSD10Y, +0.84% are just 13 basis points tighter after four 25 basis point hikes. Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citigroup, now says a significant market correction, such as a sharp drop is asset prices,... Read more
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