Thursday, July 28, 2016

Carmen Reinhart

Carmen Reinhart is Professor of the International Financial System at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.

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Business & Finance 15

Whose QE Was it, Anyway?

Years before the 2008 financial crisis, foreign central banks’ ownership of US Treasuries began to catch up with – and then overtake – the Federal Reserve’s share. Indeed, tighter liquidity conditions… read more

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Economics 27

A Year of Sovereign Defaults?

Like so many other features of the global economy, debt accumulation and default tends to occur in cycles, with one- and two-decade lulls in defaults typically followed by a new wave of defaults. As 2… read more

Roller coaster and sunset.
Economics 9

The Commodity Roller Coaster

The details may change, but the global commodity super-cycle follows a familiar pattern. The question now is: Has the ongoing commodity-price downturn run its course, or will the recent break soon be … read more

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