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Venezuela confirms recession, highest inflation in AmericasReuters: Economic News | December 30, 2014CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela confirmed on Tuesday it had entered a recession while inflation remained the highest in the Americas, and President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government blamed...[FULL STORY]
Challenges for Monetary Policy in Advanced EconomiesRealTime Economic Issues Watch | October 19, 2016An aggressive central bank response in the form of easier monetary policy was key to containing the global financial crisis in major advanced economies, and it has supported a very slow recovery. Today, however, two interrelated issues have risen to the fore of the...[FULL STORY]
Message to the candidates: Hands off the Federal ReserveBrookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | October 25, 2016The presidential campaign may not be missing much by skipping a debate over monetary policy and the Federal Reserve — especially if that...[FULL STORY]
All hailThe Economist: Asia | October 20, 2016THERE is no question that India’s democracy is stronger than Pakistan’s. It is less prone to coups and violence. Its minorities are more secure. And, most Indians assume, their media are freer. When Cyril Almeida, a Pakistani journalist, revealed earlier this month that he had been banned from travelling...[FULL STORY]
The uneasy crownThe Economist: Middle East and Africa | October 20, 2016Still plucky, but more nasty
“A TRUE triumph of progress over regression,” claimed King Abdullah, boasting about Jordan’s elections from the UN podium in New York on September...[FULL STORY]
Casual Mondays to FridaysThe Economist: The Americas | October 20, 2016MORE than half of all workers in Latin America are employed off the books in the informal economy. That share has barely fallen since 2003. Informal workers are excluded from safety-net...[FULL STORY]
In Russia, privatisation can mean selling one state-owned company to anotherThe Economist: Europe | October 20, 2016Pumping up the price
WHEN Russia’s government floated the idea that its supposedly ambitious privatisation plans should include selling Bashneft, a state-controlled oil firm, to Rosneft, another state-controlled oil firm, many officials were opposed. One...[FULL STORY]
Fed Gone Wacky?Larry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | October 25, 2016Bloomberg.com had an article last week with a photo of a smiling Janet Yellen which said that the Fed was elated that the inflation rate was rising in the US. On the same day was an article “The Fed Embraces a More Diverse Future”...[FULL STORY]
Mish Moved Off Blogger to MishTalk.Com - For Email Alerts Please Sign Up Again on MishTalk!Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 20, 2016I announced on February 22 Goodbye Blogger, Hello WordPress: Mish's GlobalEconomicAnalysis has Moved to MishTalk.Com. My needs outgrew blogger.The top reason is that...[FULL STORY]
This Political CrisisJerry Jasinowski | October 18, 2016Our nation's society and culture extol the power and virtue of democracy, but it is easy to forget that the Founding Fathers, well aware of the short tumultuous history of democracy in ancient Greece, were extremely suspicious of people power.[FULL STORY]
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