Vol. 28 Nbr. 4, September - September 2014
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- Currency winners and losers.
- The fracking factor.
- Financial mastermind.
- Global total debt scorecard: households and companies.
- Important questions.
- What, me worry?
- Oil markets on the brink.
- Department of corrections.
- Two views: either China's buying up the world ... or the elite are rushing to the exits.
- Attitude matters.
- Letter from Berlin: after the bank stress tests, ECB backroom tension lingers.
- The Warren Report: Elizabeth Warren could be the big surprise of the 2016 presidential race.
- Will the dollar remain the reserve currency?
- Everybody hates the dollar.
- The monetary stimulus illusion: the record in China, Japan, and even the United States is one of disappointment if not failure.
- The noisy debate: so far there is little reason for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.
- America's wage problem: why are we surprised that fewer people want to work?
- A misguided missile.
- A new twist on Clausewitz: for Vladimir Putin, military conflict is a way of conducting monetary policy by other means.
- The empire strikes back: why Germany's exports and current account surpluses benefit other countries.
- Germany's coming gerontocracy: the political dangers will be immense.
- Rotation is not the problem: on the ECB governing council, size is the problem.
- Designing a eurozone takeoff: removing the ballast and pushing to full throttle.
- Time for a global mercantilist index: the United States must move quickly.
- A call for integration.