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>"In response to COVID-19, EU member states have agreed to policies that once seemed inconceivable. The EU recovery fund falls well short of what’s needed, but there’s now an opening for the European left to demand more radical forms of _...Read More_
>"In response to COVID-19, EU member states have agreed to policies that once seemed inconceivable. The EU recovery fund falls well short of what’s needed, but there’s now an opening for the European left to demand more radical forms of _...Read More_
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"The pandemic has hastened a shift towards novel data and fast analysis."
"The pandemic has hastened a shift towards novel data and fast analysis."
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"Even if today’s fears of a global production meltdown prove to be exaggerated, COVID-19 has exposed the myriad vulnerabilities of cross-border value chains. The key issue, beyond the immediate priority of easing input shortages, is whether _...Read More_
"Even if today’s fears of a global production meltdown prove to be exaggerated, COVID-19 has exposed the myriad vulnerabilities of cross-border value chains. The key issue, beyond the immediate priority of easing input shortages, is whether _...Read More_
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"Without academic freedom and rule of law it’s hard to see how China’s economy can continue to grow so fast."
"Without academic freedom and rule of law it’s hard to see how China’s economy can continue to grow so fast."
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"It is imperative that China’s leaders address financial-system vulnerabilities, especially the corporate sector’s high leverage ratio. But it is even more important that they take action to counter a persistent slowdown in economic _...Read More_
"It is imperative that China’s leaders address financial-system vulnerabilities, especially the corporate sector’s high leverage ratio. But it is even more important that they take action to counter a persistent slowdown in economic _...Read More_
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"How the pandemic reshaped the dismal science."
"How the pandemic reshaped the dismal science."
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"TOKYO: SoftBank Group is in talks to sell the Paris-based robotics business behind its Pepper android to Germany's United Robotics Group, according to sources and documents reviewed by Reuters, scaling back a business it once touted as a _...Read More_
"TOKYO: SoftBank Group is in talks to sell the Paris-based robotics business behind its Pepper android to Germany's United Robotics Group, according to sources and documents reviewed by Reuters, scaling back a business it once touted as a _...Read More_
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"Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the deficiencies of economic deregulation and market liberalization, a new policymaking paradigm is emerging. But its success depends on concrete reforms and the creation of new mission-driven _...Read More_
"Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the deficiencies of economic deregulation and market liberalization, a new policymaking paradigm is emerging. But its success depends on concrete reforms and the creation of new mission-driven _...Read More_
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"The coal industry is dying. Joe Manchin can’t save it any more than Donald Trump could. Worse, West Virginia politicians are propping the rotting husk of that industry up by pushing higher electric bills on widely poor West Virginians."
"The coal industry is dying. Joe Manchin can’t save it any more than Donald Trump could. Worse, West Virginia politicians are propping the rotting husk of that industry up by pushing higher electric bills on widely poor West Virginians."
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"Following its underwhelming response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the damaging “Doing Business” scandal, the World Bank should focus on getting money to poor countries. Here, the Bank can distinguish itself by providing governments with _...Read More_
"Following its underwhelming response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the damaging “Doing Business” scandal, the World Bank should focus on getting money to poor countries. Here, the Bank can distinguish itself by providing governments with _...Read More_
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"As price increases accelerate, policymakers at leading central banks are slowly starting to move away from the narrative of “transitory” inflation that has already cost them the policy initiative. But the needed pivot is far from complete _...Read More_
"As price increases accelerate, policymakers at leading central banks are slowly starting to move away from the narrative of “transitory” inflation that has already cost them the policy initiative. But the needed pivot is far from complete _...Read More_
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"Direct lending is attracting attention from both private and institutional investors thanks to its steady performance and appealing returns. But the overall size and composition of this market is already difficult to assess, and the _...Read More_
"Direct lending is attracting attention from both private and institutional investors thanks to its steady performance and appealing returns. But the overall size and composition of this market is already difficult to assess, and the _...Read More_
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>"Turkey’s central bank delivered a massive interest rate cut on Thursday, sending the lira to a new record low."
>"Turkey’s central bank delivered a massive interest rate cut on Thursday, sending the lira to a new record low."
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[@Druss](/user/profile/Druss) I posted this article 2 days ago why is this relevant and mine's not??
[@Druss](/user/profile/Druss) I posted this article 2 days ago why is this relevant and mine's not??
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Thanks for posting Yes, lots of talk about BOE hiking rates soon, however GDP growth has been less than expected recently so I wouldn't be surprised to see hikes put off a bit longer.
Thanks for posting Yes, lots of talk about BOE hiking rates soon, however GDP growth has been less than expected recently so I wouldn't be surprised to see hikes put off a bit longer.