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View: India is in as precarious situation as it was in 2013

An interest rate increase that appeared to be on the horizon suddenly seems to be around the corner. But a recovering economy and record high foreign ... may not come for decades, but watch out for so... read more

New twists in Turkey turmoil as Russia, China eye opportunities

Instead shocked traders watched money exit ... on foreign investors so were inevitably rattled. The Indonesian central bank raised interest rates last week and appeared to be supporting the currency t... read more

Will ECB Exit QE After September? ETFs to Gain

Wolfgang Kiener, senior analyst at BayernLB, noted that "given only a slow increase of core inflation, we expect the ECB to reduce QE from October on to 15 billion euros per month and to stop it altog... read more

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The Superposition Principle

This came after the central bank hiked policy rates to 40% in response to the Peso's sharp depreciation. From Turkey to Indonesia ... Deal, 8 May 2018). Leaving the JCPOA may not only ultimately incre... read more


The End is Near For the Economic Boom

Demand is so strong that inflation starts to increase, leading central bankers to raise interest rates, which causes asset values, including stock prices, to level off or fall. Ray Dalio, CEO of the w... read more

MAULDIN: Japan Is On The Brink Of Disaster

There will be no clean or easy exit ... FUNDS, YOU SHOULD CONSIDER VARIOUS RISKS INCLUDING THE FACT THAT SOME PRODUCTS: OFTEN ENGAGE IN LEVERAGING AND OTHER SPECULATIVE INVESTMENT PRACTICES THAT MAY I... read more

‘Peak coal’ is getting closer, latest figures show

Many of the plans in these other countries are highly reliant on foreign aid ... (16GW), for a net increase of just 4GW – the slowest rate of growth on record. If the slowdown continues global coal ca... read more

This week in EM: Brazil boosts currency defense, while India and Turkey hike rates

Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo said he’s ready to hike again if needed Rupiah’s stability is the central bank’s short-term focus and it sees a daily average rate of 13,800-14,100 next year, the ... read more

Republic of Croatia: Staff Concluding Statement of the 2017 Article IV Mission

The views expressed in this statement are those of the IMF staff and do not necessarily represent the ... effort to provide long-term kuna liquidity and increase awareness of foreign exchange and inte... read more

The Wilson Cycle

There are signs that the pace of reserve accumulation may be about to slow once again ... At least for now, the low unemployment rate is not translating into the requisite increase in labor force part... read more

'Out of control': How the world reacted as Ebola spread

Critics say reaction to this epidemic has been too slow, or efforts to ... pledged from the U.S., it may not be that bad. The WHO reports the death toll from Ebola passed 2,800, with 5,800-plus cases ... read more



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