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29th December, 2014 » A new Greek tragedy

Greece faces parliamentary elections as soon as 25 January following the failure of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to install his…


11th December, 2014 » ECB: voting for QE

The ECB is set to introduce ‘full blown’ quantitative easing (QE) early in 2015. Other methods of credit injections will…


6th November, 2014 » Draghi reasserts control

Downside economic risks warranting preparation of new extraordinary measures and a quantification of ECB balance sheet expansion were the two…


10th October, 2014 » Spain forensic

Spain has been used as a poster child for austerity medicine, receiving constant praise from the Troika for its efforts.…


28th July, 2014 » Japan – false hope

Japan’s deteriorating trade deficit exposes one of the biggest problems with Abenomics. It places too much weight on the Bank…


3rd July, 2014 » The Big ‘Un

As inflation rises global capital will be repriced.  The process will start in the US, though the UK may be…


1st April, 2014 » It’s extreme!

Increasing weather-related natural disasters are probably related to global warming. Even if they are not, governments and investors need to…


28th March, 2014 » QE quandary

The ECB needs to engineer a quickening of inflation across the region to avoid deviating further from its inflation target.…


11th March, 2014 » Whither?

There are five key issues that need to be addressed for investment strategy. First, the rate of global economic growth…

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