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Phoenicians Return to Europe With Temple of Baal

December 15th, 2011
in Op Ed

In Italy we have a saying: “Occhio di straniero, occhio disparviero”: the foreigner has hawk’s eyes. Let me congratulate with youfor your synthesis: it’s right to the point. I’ll try to add somethingfrom my vantage point inside Europe. (1) The o… more »

There Will Be Blood

December 10th, 2011
in Op Ed

by Marshall Auerbach, New Economic Perspectives Editor’s Note: This was written December 5 before the latest Eurozone summit. Readers will find not much has changed as a result of the new agreement. Another week to go before the euro blows up… more »

How the IMF Thing Could Work for the Euro

December 5th, 2011
in Op Ed

by Warren Mosler, The Center of the UniverseWith the Eurozone leaders meeting this week to address the resolution of the regions’ myriad of sovereign debt issues, attention is focused on the proposal to recycle national bank funds through the IMF to unde… more »

Exit Strategy, Warren Mosler Edition

November 28th, 2011
in Op Ed

by Dirk Ehnst This proposal by Warren Mosler, via Randall Wray, is probably too short to be considered useful. Be your own judge, take your time and eat this: 1. The Greek government would announce that it will begin taxing exclusively in the new currency. 2.… more »

Will Greece Unravel by Christmas?

November 23rd, 2011
in Op Ed

by Michael Pettis In China economists are watching the spectacle in Europe, China’s largest export market, with rising dread. Might European deterioration affect Chinese growth? October and November tend to be very important months for Chinese exp… more »




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