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Griechen-Krise bedroht deutsche Staatsbanken Von Anne Seith, Frankfurt am Main HRE-Zentrale: Die Krisenbank gehört zu den großen Gläubigern Griechenlands Die Idee klingt so einfach wie verlockend: Weil Banken mit griechischen Anleihen gezockt haben, sollen sie sich an der Rettung … Continue reading
There are some very fundamental problems that don’t get this “rescue plan” past the smell test. Here are three of them: How do mandates imposed by taking IMF funds marry with monetary union principles? The dam has broken, and other … Continue reading
By Paul Krugman first published 14.03.2010 Tensions are rising over Chinese economic policy, and rightly so: China’s policy of keeping its currency, the renminbi, undervalued has become a significant drag on global economic recovery. Something must be done. To give … Continue reading
Looking at the ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary, summer 2009 I notice that they are predicting unemployment to top 12.6% and then next year they are predicting a top of 16% Given that this body has never got its figures … Continue reading