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Bank of Japan Resists Strong Medicine for Stimulus
JONATHAN SOBLE / DealBook
The yen rose after the central bank announced a small expansion of its program, despite calls for stronger steps, and a plan to review its policies.
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What More Has to Happen Before the Fed Concludes That This Looks Like Yet Another Failed Interest-Rate Liftoff?
Brad DeLong / Grasping Reality
If you had told the Federal Reserve at the start of last December that 2015Q4, 2016Q1, and 2016Q2 were going to come in at 0.9%, 0.8%, and 1.2%, respectively, a rational Fed would not only have not raised interest rates in December, they would have announced that they would not...
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Brexit Hits Consumer Confidence In UK - But How Long Will It Last?
Tim Worstall / Forbes
As with when we looked at the Markit PMI numbers last week Brexit seems to be hitting economic confidence quite badly. And yes, we do have to take economic confidence seriously for as Keynes pointed out the future of the economy does indeed depend, in part, on those "animal spirits". ...
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Shanghai shows that China reforms are possible
Guest writer / Beyond BRICs
Liao Min, China Banking Regulatory Commission Amid increasing concern about risks in China's banking sector, the latest banking data from Shanghai tells a story of resilience. The region's non-performing loan (NPL) ration has declined for eight consecutive months to 0.79 per cent at the end of June, much lower than ...
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EU bank stress test: 5 things to look for
FT
The results of annual health check of Europe's 51 biggest lenders are due out late Friday
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The IMF confesses it immolated Greece on behalf of the Eurogroup
Yanis Varoufakis
TIME FOR RESIGNATIONS AT THE IMF, THE ECB & THE COMMISSION TIME FOR AN APOLOGY TO THE PEOPLE OF GREECE TIME FOR A POLICY U-TURN, BEGINNING WITH IMMEDIATE DEBT RELIEF, THE END OF AUSTERITY & THE CESSATION OF FIRE SALES TIME FOR THE ... Continue reading →
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Gloomy Days in the Oil Patch, but Some See a Glimmer of Light
CLIFFORD KRAUSS ... / NY Times
Weak demand and a glut of supply have left oil players of all sorts struggling. But some say the downturn has bottomed out.
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Piecing Together the Future of Emerging Markets
Greg Harmon / Gregory Harmon
Emerging Markets ( $ EEM ) have gained a lot of attention lately. the story with Brazil highlights the situation very well. The Olympics are about to start [...]
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SAPVoice: India Shocked By New Tax Scheme
SAP Guest, SAP / Forbes
By Paul Baur, Editor-in-Chief, SAP News They say that nothing is sure in life except death and taxes. India's manufacturers can now add to that list. One of the biggest tax reforms in India since its independence in 1947 represents a huge leap in India's quest to digitalize its economy. ...
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Watch Out Minimum Wage Supporters: First Robot Store
Robert Wenzel / Economic Policy Journal
The first robot store opened on Thursday in central China's Hunan province in Changsha, the capital city of the province, rednet.cn reports. Aiming to build an industrial ecosystem of robot services and entertainment, the store offers customers sale service, maintenance, and secondhand trading of robots The store manager is a ...
 
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SAPVoice: India Shocked By New Tax Scheme
Forbes
Piecing Together the Future of Emerging Markets
Gregory Harmon
Watch Out Minimum Wage Supporters: First Robot Store
Economic Policy Journal
Gloomy Days in the Oil Patch, but Some See a Glimmer of Light
NY Times
The IMF confesses it immolated Greece on behalf of the Eurogroup
Yanis Varoufakis
EU bank stress test: 5 things to look for
FT
Shanghai shows that China reforms are possible
Beyond BRICs
Brexit Hits Consumer Confidence In UK - But How Long Will It Last?
Forbes
What More Has to Happen Before the Fed Concludes That This Looks Like Yet Another Failed Interest-Rate Liftoff?
Grasping Reality
Bank of Japan Resists Strong Medicine for Stimulus
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