Tag Archives: Central bank

Target2 debate – The ECB finally gets involved

Several months ago, German economist Hans-Werner Sinn stirred a debate about an alleged “stealth …

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QE3? Don't even think about it, says BIS

Because of the dismal economic situation in the United States, there is growing speculation …

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Stealth Bailout: "The Economist" and Gavyn Davies raise their voices – plus: A word on Sinn's merits

When it comes to press coverage about current economics research, the “Economics Focus” of …

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Sinn and Wolf on wrong target…

… say Willem Buiter, Ebrahim Rahbar and Jürgen Michels with Citi (Link is now working, thanks …

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Letters: Lucrezia Reichlin (and others) on Target2

Lucrezia Reichlin is  quite an authority when it comes to monetary policy in the …

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On target – what's really going on in the Euro area banking system?

Darkness all around me (Foto: Christoph F. Siekermann via Wikipedia)
I have to confess I …

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A warm welcome to Quantitative Tightening

You’ll definitely have heard about Quantitative Easing (QE). This catchword stands for the unconventional …

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